Don’t forget the rural kids


SJK (T) Simpang Lima pupils in the DLP class are all ears during a science lesson.

THE DLP ensures that children have access to the best learning experience, notes Universiti Malaya (UM) Faculty of Languages and Linguistics Assoc Prof Dr Jariah Mohd Jan, but it’s crucial that teachers - especially those in rural schools, are well-trained.

Advising teachers not to be discouraged if their students are more proficient than them in English, the deputy dean of undergraduate studies says there’s always room for improvement.

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