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Podcast > Morning Run > Morning Brief > A Toxic Tragedy: Why the Oversight

A Toxic Tragedy: Why the Oversight

Dzameer Dzulkifli, Managing Director, Teach for Malaysia

15-Mar-19 11:00


00:40 - The dumping of toxic waste in Sungai Kim Kim has apparently been happening for years and according to the a water quality and modeling specialist, it seems nothing has been done to for nearly a decade said the ecological disaster of Sungai Kim Kim was a tragedy waiting to happen

05:15 - The SPM results were released yesterday and according to the Director-General of Education, Datuk Amin Senin, students performed better in the 2018 SPM. However, English recorded the highest fail rate among all the subjects which is a worrying trend for employers as proficiency in English is key.

We speak to Dzameer Dzulkifli, the Managing Director of Teach for Malaysia for his reflections on what more needs to be done for public school education

 

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Sharidz Abdullah and Khoo Hsu Chuang

Tags: SPM, Tragedy, pollution, education, Education, Government/Regulatory/Policy Making, Environment/Sustainability

 

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