Kicked out of school

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  • Sunday, 12 Sep 2004

FIVE students allege they have been asked to leave a private international school in Kuala Lumpur after their parents questioned the school about its continuous fee increases. 

Parent Mohamed Ali Ghazali claimed that a Grade 10 student would have paid RM1,340 per term of six months in 1997 but school fees have risen to RM3,500 per term this year. 

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