Indiscipline in schools not alarming

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  • Wednesday, 03 Sep 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Only one per cent of the five million school students throughout the country have been involved in disciplinary problems. 

“When we talk about the frequency of such incidents, I can tell you that it is not significant and the trend is not increasing,” said the Education Ministry's schools division director Datuk Kusaini Hasbullah. 

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