Those who bully Orang Asli students learned it at home - activists

Yasmin Ramlan

Modified 31 Jul 2019, 6:16 am

Following a discussion last weekend on how Orang Asli students were being bullied and discriminated against at school, activists have pointed the finger at parents as the source of the problem.

According to the Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa), secondary school dropout rates for the community has been on the rise and was 51.06 percent in 2018...

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