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IT was widely talked about that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had raised the possibility of Singaporean English language teachers teaching in Malaysia during a meeting with the republic’s new Prime Minister, Lawrence Wong.

Anwar clarified yesterday that he was talking about Singaporean volunteers teaching the underprivileged here (“Govt not hiring S’poreans to teach English here, says PM”, The Star, June 14; online at bit.ly/ 3VnmNaL).

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