Unable to adapt, so they quit

Penang Community Care president Wendy Ang and Penang health committee chairman Dr Norlela Ariffin (right).

GEORGE TOWN: Hamid Zulkifli quit school early this year after he found it hard to follow the subjects taught by his teachers virtually.

And the loud noise coming from his younger siblings at home did not help his cause and he found himself dropping further and further behind the rest of his classmates.

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