Only imported English textbooks from next year


Road to better English: Starting next year, preschoolers, Year One and Two pupils, and Form One and Two students will start off with the new CEFR-aligned curriculum.

PETALING JAYA: Starting next year, imported English textbooks will be used in schools instead of locally produced ones.

This is part of the Education Ministry’s move to implement the new Common European Frame­work of Reference for Languages (CEFR) aligned curriculum.

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