Malaysian education: Are we up the stream?


Making a stand: Dozens of students and professors stood, turned their backs and held up signs to protest the war in Iraq when former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice delivered the commencement address at Boston College in 2006. - Reuters

I THINK it is time we talk about Malaysian education again, considering what has been in the news of late.

The Education Ministry’s Malaysia’s Graduate Tracer Study (SKPG) for 2018 recently revealed that 30,765 persons or 59.9% of the 51,365 graduates have been unemployed for more than one year.

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