Handling the ‘3M’ problem among schoolkids


JOHOR has received more than 50,000 books to help primary school pupils read, write and count better, says state education, information, heritage and culture committee chairman Mazlan Bujang.

“The Johor Education Department has done much to address the problem among Level 1 students (Years One to Three) with reading, writing and arithmetic (3M) proficiency.

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