Should UPSR be abolished?

Subject matter: Some parents are all for abolishing the exam, but others are not as convinced that it would be a good idea.

PETALING JAYA: Parents and stakeholders are torn over the National Union of the Teaching Profession’s (NUTP) renewed calls to abolish the UPSR examination.

Melaka Action Group for Parents in Education (Magpie) chairman Mak Chee Kin asked whether abolishing the UPSR would mean having a de-centralised test such as the Form Three Assessment (PT3).

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