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Bridging Rural and Urban Gap in Malaysian Schools Opportunities and Challenges. Lok Yim Pheng Secretary General NUTP. Common Problems. Lack of infrastructure No proper buildings No proper roads to schools Lack of electricity Lack of teachers / students quarters.

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bridging rural and urban gap in malaysian schools opportunities and challenges

Bridging Rural and Urban Gap in Malaysian SchoolsOpportunities and Challenges

Lok Yim Pheng

Secretary General NUTP

common problems

Common Problems

Lack of infrastructure

No proper buildings

No proper roads to schools

Lack of electricity

Lack of teachers / students quarters

unfair distribution in the fully aided and partially aided schools govt policy

Unfair distribution in the Fully aided and Partially aided schools (govt. policy)

Teachers sharing tables and chairs

Congested staff rooms and class rooms

Pupils paying RM 10.00 perchair

30 attend pre school education

30 % attend Pre-school education

Curriculum in Pre-schools must be standardised

pipp has many new visions but we want the government to implement it fairly

PIPP has many new visions but we want the government to implement it fairly

Rural schools given priority

Hasten the delivery of Educational materials in the rural areas

Lack of critical subject Teachers in remote areas

Mismatch in option

Teachers shortage specially in vernacular schools and remote areas

Lack of transportation

challenges

Challenges

Survey on PPSMI - 1236 Respondance

  • Science, Maths and English teachers must undergo the English proficiency test
  • Lack of “specialist teachers” are the main cause of non-efective teaching

Examination oriented system

Teaching of Science and Maths in English

( Teachers Centre not Pupils centre )

68.8 % agree

75.20 % agree

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54.7 % agree

92.40 % agree

40 % agree

There is a gap between rural and urban teachers teaching Science and Maths in English

The Ministry of Education must provide enough and comprehensive sets of teaching aids to teachers

Pupils understand the subject better (science and maths) using English language

  • Under enrolment schools
  • High maintenance cost specially ICT
  • Social problems
  • Information and financial divide
challenges8

Challenges

Integrity

Education opportunities for children

Drop out problems

Low performance students

Mentally drop out children

Role of PTA

Cluster schools

suggestions pupils

Suggestions - Pupils

Target needy children

Pool of Teachers handling drop out in rural schools

Dissimination of information

Easy access to educational materials

Special schools for special group of children

- Vocational schools

- Character building schools

Students exchange programme

More remedial classes in schools

Parents must be penalised – indicipline children

suggestions pupils10

Suggestions - Pupils

Education must be non-political

Condusive environment in schools

Healthy recreation centre for children

Children’s health

( food / time management and motivation )

Financial aids to poor students

Provide transportation to schools

Reduce the number of pupil in the schools

School base examination

Build more hostel for students

suggestions teachers eradicate the culture of adhoc

Suggestions – Teachers eradicate the culture of adhoc

Improve teaching method in schools

Trained teachers locally and oversea

Reward teachers who can change low performance to high performance

Teachers covered by insurance

Revamp the Teachers Training Curriculum

High quality and worthiness course for teachers

government had channel financial aids to improve school infrastructure

But

Government had channel financial aids to improve school infrastructure

To much of unneccessary bureaucarcy

Can lead to corruption

Low quality work

No proper projection

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We want to have thinking children not robots

We want high morale teachers

To achive all these the managers must go down to the ground and understand the problems