Teachers to be on standby to return to school, says Education Ministry


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  • Thursday, 04 Jun 2020

PETALING JAYA: Teachers are required to return from their hometowns to the state where they are based and be on standby to return to school, says the Education Ministry.

In a circular issued on Thursday (June 4), Education deputy director-general (school operation sector) Adzman Talib said all teachers must be at their place of duty after the holidays which were scheduled to end June 7 and 8.

“Instruction letters for teachers to return to work may be issued by their respective head of departments, ” he said in a circular sighted by The Star.

The Education Ministry’s school reopening management guidelines is expected to be out on Thursday.

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