|Thursday, 01 November 2012 20:27|
AMPANG: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today said vernacular schools cannot depend too much on allocations from the government, saying that the time has come for Putrajaya to approach the private sector to contribute to the development of these schools.
“Although the government has allocated a lot of money for vernacular schools, but it is still not enough. “The era where government knows best is over, this means the government has to work closely with stakeholders in guaranteeing a bright future for all streams of schools in Malaysia,” Najib said during a ceremony to present funds to the SJK (C) On Pong school here.
- By Md Izwan / The Malaysian Insider