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The Potential of Independent Religious Schools in Malaysia

Altaf Deviyati, IMAN Research

28-Jun-16 15:00

The Potential of Independent Religious Schools in Malaysia

Altaf Deviyati recently published a paper exploring the different types of private schools in Malaysia, with particular attention to private Islamic schools, which have gained in popularity as a viable alternative to the mainstream school system. We speak to Altaf about her findings, which is based on a case study of Al-Amin's primary and secondary schools.

The study can be viewed or downloaded through this link: http://bit.ly/28XOP3z


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Tags:  educationIKRAMAl-AminImanSekolah PondokReligious SchoolsIslamic SchoolsEducationGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current AffairsCultureParenting, Family, Relationships

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