YTL Foundation offers government school students free online learning resources and mobile data for learning from home

YTL Foundation has always been about supporting students and schools to make education better for all, ' said YTL Group executive chairman and YTL Foundation chairman Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh

WITH educational institutions across the country closed for the coming weeks, educators, parents and students alike are looking for solutions to enable teaching and learning to continue at home during this uncertain time when the routine of daily life has been so suddenly disrupted.

Universities and private schools that are well resourced have moved to providing classes online, and it seems inevitable that exams will also be conducted online if the situation does not improve quickly.

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