Students can’t wait to be back in school

There’s no place like school: Aleesya Ariana Mohd Hairil (left), 12, and her sister Aleeya Adania, eight, busy studying at the walkway of their flat in PPR Sri Perak, Sentul. Their school is on the right. — IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Students are looking forward to face-to-face lessons with schools reopening soon, according to a study.

A nationwide study by Universiti Malaya (UM) found that over three-quarters of Malaysian students are eager for physical classes to resume in three weeks’ time.

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