Tertiary in malay - Tertiary education in Malaysia: A blessing or a curse?
Before Malaysia gained independence, the Chinese had 1300 primary schools, nearly 100 high schools, and even a tertiary institution, Nanyang University, built without the financial support of the government.
Following the implementation of the 1967 National Language Act which stipulated the conversion of all English-medium schools to Malay-medium schools; as well with severe race riots in Kuala Lumpur that occurred later in May 1969, English-medium schools were phased out from January 1970; by 1982 these became Malay-medium schools "national schools".
However, from these school's and their families are still paid today.
Tertiary Education In Malaysia In recent years, the higher education scene in Malaysia has been growing at an unprecedented rate due to supportive government strategy, competitive costs and diverse study options.
Education in Malaysia is overseen by the Ministry of Education (Kementerian Pendidikan). Although education is the responsibility of the Federal Government, each state and federal territory has an Education Department to co-ordinate educational matters in its territory. The main legislation governing education is the Education Act 1996.
Based on the topic above, free tertiary education should be provided by the Malaysian government for all Malaysians because it gives a lot of benefits to the youths as well as to the nations. Education is the one of the most important elements in the development of a country.
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