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Basic Education in Malaysia: World Educations


Basic Education in Malaysia

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Education is the foundation of a country to achieve all the objectives of a nation. Here Qvae try and review of basic education in Malaysia, About how the development of education in Malaysia, On the process of education in Malaysia. Because as Qvae know education in Malaysia growing and growing.
And here are about education and the education system in Malaysia is Qvae gathered from various sources.
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Basic Education in Malaysia

The education system in Malaysia organized by the British Education System. Low education or primary education in Malaysia started in a child aged 7-12 years (6 years of primary education). Compulsory education (compulsory education) in Malaysia are applied and implemented starting in 2003 schooling.
Compulsory education is a regulation requiring every citizen of Malaysia mother father (who lived in Malaysia) that have a child reaches six years of age enrolled in lower school (enrollment is usually done one year before the period of schooling).
Failure to follow her mother's father to ensure compulsory education is a mistake in terms of legislation, and if proven in court, the mother regarding the father will be fined a maximum of RM 5,000 or jailed up to 6 months or both at all.
There are regulations that require, there are also sanctions for noncompliance. But the country also fully supports the development in the field of education. Facilities, infrastructure and welfare of teachers' attention.
Costs of Basic Education
Parents subject to pay school tuition paid at the beginning of the new school year. The amount of dues collected by the school ranges from RM 50 to RM 75 per year (U.S. $ 125,000 - 187.500/tahun) per student. Contributions are specified for the payment of insurance, the cost of the midterm and semester, typical fees, expenses LKS, computer practices, test cards, student data files and report cards.
Especially for donations PIBG (Father and Mother Teacher Association) is only charged one fee for one family. So for families who send a child or more, subject to the same fee is RM 25/keluarga. And for sixth-grade students plus the cost of RM 70 UPSR. In addition no other charges, including charges also no development funding. Construction and renovation of the building is fully the responsibility of the kingdom / government.
Textbook or handbook that students used relatively unchanged or the same every year. If the parents buy all the textbooks and aktifiti, prices range between RM 80 - RM 125/siswa year. And even then only once a purchase for the eldest son alone. Due to families with children more than one textbook can be used interchangeably "hereditary". Especially for families with incomes of less than RM 2000/bulan, may apply to the government to borrow textbooks from the school provided.
A tuition fee that is relatively inexpensive for a country with average income per family of RM 2500/bulan or equivalent to Rp. 6.250.000/bulan (Data 2003, Ministry of Kewangan Malaysia). Moreover, years of schooling from the upcoming 2008 Government plans to lend all of textbooks for elementary students without exception. Practical, no longer burdened parents to buy textbooks.
Update, January 2008: Government / Royal Malaysia, truly fulfill its promise. Start the school year 2008, all Lower School students Tempatan citizens (citizens of Malaysia) a textbook loan provided by the Government through their respective schools.
Role of Government
Curriculum set by the Ministry of Education Malaysia lesson, relatively stable. The curriculum used in Malaysia is called the Lower School Lower School New Curriculum (KBSR). Lessons From the data the Ministry of Malaysia, KBSR began in 1982 piloted in 302 elementary pieces. Since 1988, the implementation of KBSR fully achieved until 2007 and is still used.
Authors found no official data that describes the changes in the curriculum of KBSR into other curricula. In addition to the textbooks for the lower school of 2007 writing: compiled by the disemak-ulang/direvisi KBSR. Last revision made in 2005, where the subjects of Science and Mathematics use English language instruction.
Welfare of teachers? Teachers' salaries in Malaysia ranges above RM 1000 (> Rp 2.5 million), which is almost equivalent to the salary of a professor (class IV / e) in our country. Although too many complaints from the Malaysian teachers who feel their salaries are too low. But in fact, lower school teachers in Malaysia have been able to apply for credit car from his salary, while the new elementary school teachers in Indonesia at this stage to apply for credit worthy motorcycle. Teachers and even then only a small part only, the other is mostly try to pay with a motorcycle taxi driver.

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Basic Education in Malaysia
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