School sets up special court

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  • Thursday, 03 Feb 2005

SEKOLAH Kebangsaan Dato Abdul Hamid in Pasir Mas, Kelantan, will be the country’s first secondary school to set up a “special court” for students with disciplinary problems, reported Berita Harian

The setting up of the court, chaired by the school’s discipline teacher and its members comprising the principal, teachers, counsellors and parents, is in line with the school’s programme called “Schools without Cane.” 

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