Exco woman: Punishment at school should be fair


JOHOR BARU: Teachers should be fair in punishing errant students and give priority to their safety, says state education, information and communication committee chairman Norliza Noh.

She expressed disappointment over the actions of a teacher who had punished his students by forcing them to run 30 laps around the school’s volleyball court with their face masks on, after several of them were said to have failed to do their homework.

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