Charting a new path for tertiary learning

A model for reform: Najib (fifth from left), Muhyiddin (seventh from left) and Deputy Education Minister P Kamalanathan (ninth from left), checking out the blueprint with students during its launch.

Much has been done, but the new education framework will see the nation stay abreast, if not ahead, of global trends.

IT IS a glossy and thick document which charts the direction of higher education for the next 11 years.

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