Continuous lifelong education should be the goal

  • Letters
  • Tuesday, 21 May 2019

THE quality of education in Malaysian schools may not necessarily be boosted by teachers having high paper qualifications, such as Masters’ degrees or PhDs.

In our Malaysian teaching environment, it is a reality that many Malaysian teachers do not have postgraduate degrees that are related to their original field of studies.

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