Don’t rush to implement free choice of subjects

THE decision to start “Streamless schools next year” (The Star, Oct 16) is an excellent move indeed. Giving students freedom to choose the subjects they want to study will at least promote the love for learning.

But how this free choice recipe is to be configured and implemented is definitely not going to be easy. Careful planning would ensure minimal hitches and undue repercussions, hence the structure and implementation must not be rushed.

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