He said 1,897 of the 2,322 students expelled this year had been successful in their appeals.
I cannot find the right way to phrase what I want to say. I feel for those students who are from broken home whose parents do not care if they live or die, whether they go to school or otherwise. I feel for those students who are ostracised because they probably do not fit into the ‘normal’ world and hence, they play ponteng. (truancy)
Y.B. Dep. Education Minister, stop fooling ourselves, the adults, that students with problems can be easily counter with :
attend the seven-day Jati Diri (Integrity) programme
Stop being delusional that those canggih-manggih SMS projects where parents can play tik-tik-tik SMS with the teachers will make the world a better place.
Enough of those merak (peacock) projects like the Kes Buli complaint website. To-date, if anyone Google for ‘Kes Buli’ they will find my parenting site. I am very angry as a parent because my simple effort in being proactive has proven to be ‘louder’ and much more effective on the internet than the official site.
Time for the Kementerian Pendidikan to look into the welfare of students. Why do they hate school? Because they have nothing to look for except o score As. We will continue to churn out mat rempits and ah bengs if something is not done from the roots up.
Get down to the ALL students. Ask them what they like. Give them a voice. Certainly it is not so hard to re-look into our education system and reform it to suit the generation of today youths which have a voice and mind of their own? Give the students a well-rounded activities in school instead of pursuing As. Ask the teachers what they want to do instead of forcing them to finish such and such syllabus within such and such time.
Let’s have fun in school and I am sure many problems will be solved. The future of the country is in your hand, YB Menteri & your appointees.
Quotes source from The Star