Address pandemic-induced learning loss quickly before it grows more critical, says expert

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 12 Jan 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: Farah Alina P Ramli is relieved schools have reopened and her son Qawiem Fuadi Shahrul Hazli can return to face-to-face teaching and learning sessions.

The eight-year-old boy, who is a pupil of SK (Felda) Serting in Bandar Seri Jempol, Negri Sembilan, has spent over 200 days since March 2020 trying to master the three Rs (reading, writing and arithmetic) via home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) sessions but has made little progress.

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