Gender imbalance in Malaysian schools

Kian Ming wants to probe deeper the gender imbalance in Malaysia's public universities.

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  • Yes I’ve seen it here in Malaysia where as much as 70% of schools, especially secondary schools and colleges are predominantly of the’weaker sex’. And when it comes to the top 10 students it is as much as 90% dominated by girls. So who says they are the ‘weaker sex’ ought to be shot!

    The Malaysian Explorer

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