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THE educational gap between the country’s indigenous and non-indigenous schoolchildren will be addressed over the next three years.

A problem that has plagued Malaysia’s education system for far too long, the lack of access to quality teaching and learning that has prevented Orang Asli children from achieving their full potential is finally being addressed as the Education Ministry focuses on strengthening the quality of education for these students.

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