Labour Day: Malaysian teachers forced to adapt to conducting online classes

George, a private school teacher in Kuala Lumpur, uses online resources to enhance her e-classes. Photo: Joshua Lim

As a private school teacher in Kuala Lumpur, Claire George is grateful that she still has a job during these trying times.

“I feel secure and blessed to have a job. I never thought of losing my job. However I do feel for others, especially friends, who have lost their jobs because of the MCO, ” shares the 41-year-old Sabahan.

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