The government wants to create an "elite" version of the Community Development Department's (Kemas) kindergartens (Tabika) for four to six-year-olds, with a better curriculum.
The catch? It's targeted for children whose parents have a "higher financial capacity".
Critics claim the proposal will contribute to an education gap between the rich and poor.
According to Berita Harian, Rural Development Deputy Minister Abdul Rahman Mohamad said a draft proposal for the "elite Tabika" is in the works and will be presented to the cabinet for approval...