Boosting English standards


Education deputy director-general Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim believes that implementation of the CEFR will help produce graduates who have strong command in the English language in the long run.

The directive for non-English language option teachers to sit for the Malaysian University English Test (MueT) has been controversial. Education Ministry deputy director-general Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim explains why the test is a crucial component in the roadmap to improve english proficiency among Malaysians. 

A STRONG command of English enhances employability. It’s a fact the Education Ministry knows only too well.

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