Parents and teachers have mixed feelings over ‘hotspot’ schools list


PETALING JAYA: Parents should not be alarmed if their child’s school is on the leaked list of “hotspots”, said Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia chairman Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim.

“The criteria for hotspot schools are very tight and also precautionary,” she said, adding that it was good for the police to monitor these schools before any potential problem “becomes too large to contain and control.”

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