Schools carry on with DLP


PETALING JAYA: Despite reports that the dual language programme may be shelved, school heads are continuing with it – at least until they receive an official circular from the Education Ministry.

Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan told The Star that a meeting between the ministry and professionals would be held today to discuss the fate of the DLP.

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