Is there a need to revert?

MANY tertiary students are against the government’s decision to revert the teaching of Maths and Science to vernacular languages and Bahasa Malaysia.

Students who had studied the subjects in Bahasa Malaysia and are now pursuing Maths and Science-related courses in English at local universities said it was a struggle as they could not understand the terms.

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