D-G: Confidence in new policy growing


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  • Wednesday, 15 Jan 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: A clear sign that schools are slowly but surely overcoming the teething problems in the teaching of Mathematics and Science in English and the public are gaining confidence in the new policy is the decline in the number of calls received by the Education Ministry’s hotline. 

Education director-general Datuk Abdul Rafie Mahat said he believed this was a good sign.  

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