Students set to benefit from DidikTV


PETALING JAYA: The Education Ministry’s DidikTV with its 17 hours of daily educational content is expected to benefit many students, especially those who have been falling behind in their studies since the government closed schools almost a year ago, says Sabah Teachers Union president Said Saidi.

A large portion of students, particularly from rural areas with limited or no access to online home-based teaching and learning (PdPR), stand to gain with DidikTV.

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