January 8, 2018
Concerned Parent, The Sun
THE Education Ministry's Dual Language Programme (DLP) is far-sighted and will benefit students and the country in the long run.
(Schools that adopted the programme are allowed to use English or Bahasa Malaysia to teach Science and Mathematics.)
The ministry should allow secondary school students who are not in DLP classes to transfer to DLP classes if they want to.
Don't deprive students of the opportunity to benefit from the programme and have a better future.
Currently, there is no way for such students to transfer to DLP classes.
Please review the system and give interested students a chance to transfer to DLP classes as soon as possible.
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