Learning pact with Asean partners

Yap (centre) with the university’s Faculty of Applied Science dean Assoc Prof Dr Bimo Ario Tejo (left) and deputy vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Ahmad Zainuddin at the launch.

THE Higher Education Ministry will adopt the Asean Work Plan on Education 2016 to 2020, in a bid to boost the learning curve of Malaysian children.

Deputy Higher Education Minister Datuk Mary Yap said the decision was made during the Ninth Asean Education Ministers (ASED) meeting which she and Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh attended recently.

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