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'Cosmetic changes won't reverse lack of quality education'

Susan Loone  |  Published:  |  Modified:

Gerakan wants the Education Ministry to get its priorities right instead of focusing on non-substantial issues such as the colour of school children's shoes and specialised university car registration plates to rake in profits for the higher education institutions.

The party's legal and human rights bureau chief Baljit Singh said these cosmetic issues would not help to improve the quality of education in schools or universities and would not reverse the lack of quality...

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