Improve DidikTV content to remain relevant, urge academics

Muhammad Afif Darwish Mohd Rashdan, seven (left), and his brother Muhammad Alif Daniel, nine, following a lesson on DidikTV. - Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): In less than a month after the launch of Education TV channel DidikTV KPM, various reactions have been received from the community about the Education Ministry's (MOE) efforts to increase access to education nationwide.

As soon as it came on air, DidikTV KPM was bombarded with criticism at a teacher featured in one of its programmes, with some questioning MOE's credibility in maintaining content quality.

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