Reform for more vibrant universities


THE Malaysian Academic Movement (MOVE), also known as Pergerakan Tenaga Akademik Malaysia (Gerak), would like to congratulate Dr Maszlee Malik on being appointed education minister in the new Pakatan Harapan Cabinet line-up. We strongly believe that with his academic credentials and long-standing experience as a scholar in Malaysia, Dr Maszlee will be able to perform his duties effectively and carry out the structural and institutional reforms needed in our education system.

Gerak welcomes Pakatan’s institutional reform agendas and looks forward to the translation of its manifold pledges into a programme of action. As academics, we are especially eager to see reforms in education, and we draw on first-hand knowledge of the problems ailing our universities as well as the potential that can be tapped.

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