Close the school, move the kids out, but NOT 120km away, please! The news portal Sarawak Update says the parents of 400 students are upset with the Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Muhyiddin Yassin for agreeing to this.
An editor at SU told me the new location for the secondary school is "deep in the jungle, where the roads are like hell, no electricity and no hospital nearby". It's hard not to sympathize with the parents and the students. You don't close a school in KL and relocate it in Jelebu, do you?
By the way, Miri is a 50-50 seat, election speaking. And the state election is just round the corner.
Sunday, December 26, 2010
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