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Sehingga kini, murid B40 masih dikaitkan dengan pencapaian akademik, sahsiah dan kokurikulum yang...
By Muhammad ‘Aamil Azhar - Research Analyst, Institut Masa Depan Malaysia A crisis always leaves its impact on education in one way or another. Whether in the form of natural disasters such as floods, tsunamis, cyclones, or even a global respiratory pandemic, children’s access to education is threatened during such crises. Children from lower income families are most vulnerable to such situations.
By Mohd Noor Musa, Research Analyst (Social), Institut Masa Depan Malaysia 2030 is less than a decade away. There is certainly much progress that Malaysia has made in recent years that the country should be proud of, upholding the principle of "leaving no one behind" and making sure that the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are more relevant and known to the rakyat.
By Muhammad ‘Aamil Azhar, Research Analyst, Institut Masa Depan Malaysia Students across Malaysia, except those financially and infrastructurally fortunate, have been burdened by the nearly year-long study-from-home order. The data regarding ownership of electronic devices severely overestimate the capability of families in facing the problem of remote education.