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Learn from home: Classrooms have emptied again as Covid-19 cases increase drastically. — AFP

THE second round of school closures has brought back some of the same difficulties students, teachers and parents faced when Malaysia experienced the first movement control order (MCO) back in March.

What is different this time around is that most stakeholders were ready and could transition back to home-based learning fairly easily.

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