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Utility to national schools are paid in full by government but missions school receive only a grant that hardly covers operational costs.And that's why St John's went dark for two hours last month with electricity cut off.
Comment - By K. Suthakar
THE uncertain future of three iconic schools in Penang has brought gloom and doom for old girls, students, parents as well as current and former staff of the schools.
EDUCATION in Malaysia has always been a rather contentious issue. Contentious to a point that families are even known to quarrel over it. Common concerns are whether to send their kids to national or vernacular schools, government or private schools.
THE announcement by Education Minister Maszlee Malik to halt the construction of eight Chinese primary schools (SJKCs), approved by the previous administration because of supposed financial constraints is totally unacceptable.
KUALA LUMPUR: Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid has dismissed the possibility of Chinese vernacular schools being turned into mainstream schools in 10 years’ time.
One man’s vision in triggering an interest in all things science has brought Tamil schools to the limelight.
MIRI: The RM7mil-plus allocation given by the Federal Government to Sarawak Chinese schools this year is not enough to cover the needs of the 222 Chinese primary and secondary schools in the state.
From MOEY YOKE LAI, Chairman, Federation of Councils of Christian Mission Schools of Malaysia.
Despite what critics say about the Government’s plan, the Chinese community stands to benefit from more of such schools.
TEN new national-type Chinese schools or SJK (C) have been approved to be built in Selangor and Johor, Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid announced.