‘Bring back English-medium schools’


JOHOR BARU: Eight out of 10 Johoreans want the return of English-medium government schools and a “one school for all concept”, according to a survey.

According to the survey published by ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore titled “Johor Survey 2017: Views on Identity, Education and the Johor Royal Family”, 82% of respondents supported the move to bring back English-medium schools.

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