Malaysia: Tution Classes

Nik Nazmi takes on the Malaysian obsession with tutions – the extra classes that students attend to get better scores in exams. “The reason the tuition culture is so much part of our society is easy to comprehend: our exam oriented system and the lackluster pay of being a teacher is a potent combination that fosters this trend.”

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