Teacher goes the extra mile to send learning materials to rural students


Dedication: Nazmi handing over printed lessons to a student at Long Lidung village, Sarawak.

KUCHING: His rural students lacked Internet access for online classes, so Muhammad Nazmi Rosli would deliver learning materials to them to ensure they don’t fall behind in their schoolwork during the movement control order.

Nazmi teaches English and Art at SK Long Sukang, located in a village about three hours by timber road from Lawas town in northern Sarawak.

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