Singapore Straits Times considered Malaysian public school system is afflicted with problems.
1. Carolyn Hong chose her favourite ally from Ideas' chief executive who attempted to set up private schools for the poor. Supported by Lydia Foong, for private SEGi University , she anticipated healthy competitions alluding the government to review their offerings in public education.
2. It cannot be denied that Wan Saiful Wan Jan, the ceo of Ideas (think-thank for Democracy and Economic Affairs), his principle is not in line with the government’s school policy. C.H. cheerfully welcomed all the points of weaknesses on the part of the government. Several factors include:
· Lack of motivation for improvement.
· High demand for facility in autism centre.
· Complete change of opinions, off-again use of English as a medium of instructions and have become deliberately intefered with Islamic elements.
Should Carolyn Hong feel paranoid as far as inculcating Islamic values in public education
system is concerned?