Reopening schools after Sept will impact Orang Asli education, says NGO rep

  • Nation
  • Friday, 13 Aug 2021

IPOH: Reopening of schools beyond September will impact Orang Asli education, says Malaysian Care executive director Wong Young Soon.

Wong, who is based in Kampung Sungai Cincin in Chenderiang, said many Orang Asli children were unable to cope with the syllabus due to how the lessons were being conducted.

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