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Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE)
Persatuan Ibu Bapa Untuk Pendidikan Malaysia [1266-10-WKL]
71-3 Jalan Medan Setia 1
Plaza Damansara
Bukit Damansara
50490 Kuala Lumpur

T: +603 2011 5644/6644/7644
E: pagemalaysia@gmail.com
W: www.pagemalaysia.org
PAGE's Efforts
Memo to PM on 12 October 2009
Memo to PM attachment
Letter to DPM #3
Letter to DPM #2
Letter to DPM #1
The 'Soft Landing'
Memo to PM on 8 July 2010
Mengapa Rakyat Sokong PPSMI
Letter to MPs & UMNO
Letter to PEMANDU
Letter to science adviser to PM
PAGE Diary
Memo to PM on 19 Jan 2011
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Invitation to be a PAGE Member
Dear Malaysian Parent,

We are pleased to inform you that the Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE) is now a fully registered national society in Malaysia. After many months of exchanges and overcoming a host of challenges, PAGE’s application to be formalised as a national society has finally been approved by the Malaysian Government.
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English medium schools should be revisited
PAGE: Take baby steps towards better English standards
Mikha Chan
| December 30, 2015

Noor Azimah said that one of the options considered during PAGE’s involvement in the Performance Management and Delivery Unit’s (Pemandu) English Lab this year were English schools – an idea which the Ministry of Education was initially upbeat about, but later backed out of, once the recommendations were presented to the Prime Minister.

“This was more out of a lack of confidence in teachers to see this through successfully,” she noted. “Maybe this is not the time yet. We should revisit this idea later, maybe five years down the road.”
Let us have some teaching assistants
Home > Opinion > Letters
Tuesday, 29 December 2015
Define the role of teacher assistants

Teachers want clear job specifications for teacher assistants. Teachers know the constraints involved in certain tasks. They hope to see a reorganisation and restructuring of co-curricular activities and responsibilities in school.
The English language is a national liability
To succeed, we must go English-medium
By Soo Wern Jun
Dec 28, 2015 12:00 PM

According to PAGE (Parents Action Group for Education) chairperson Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim, the "forced compulsory must-pass" might have taken a long time to be approved due to the government not wanting to risk failing approximately 100,000 students out of 450,000 students who take the SPM every year.

"On the other hand, if they do implement it, everyone will work harder to pass the examinations.
Crowdfunding: Innovative projects attract
This Startup Is Moving Education In Malaysia Forward Through Crowdfunding For Teachers
Published by John Lim — 15 Dec 2015, 05:54 PM

100% Project believes that great strides can only be made in education through collective impact. This means that we want to work with everyone - corporations, foundations, start-ups, social enterprises, schools, parents, teachers and individuals to move education forward in Malaysia.
Like the English language
The Express Tribune >Opinion
Language has no ethnicity
By Dr Ahmar Mahboob
Published: December 12, 2015

It is not uncommon for people to associate a particular language with an ethnic or a regional group. People often relate a language to the group of people who speak it as a mother tongue; for example, Balochi is associated with the Baloch; Sindhi with Sindhis; Shina with people from Gilgit and Baltistan and so on. While labelling languages based on ethnic or geographical groups is convenient, we need to note that language itself does not have any ethnicity or nationality.
MITI: English builds confidence & makes Malaysians global
Home > News > Nation
Thursday, 24 December 2015
The world is our oyster
by mustapa mohamed

It is also a fact that almost all of them have a good command of English. One man I met was a graduate from a local university who is now attached to a US oil and gas multinational.

Prior to his posting in Kenya, he had worked in Houston, Nigeria and elsewhere. As he himself admitted, his fluency in English was crucial in enabling him to succeed overseas.
DLP will prepare young Malaysians for challenges of TPPA
From The Edge, Opinion
Edge Weekly
Edunation: What it will take to make the dual language programme work
By Tunku Munawirah Putra / Contributor to The Edge Malaysia | December 22, 2015

The need to be competitive is now a very serious business for Malaysia, with the coming of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. We cannot afford to continue having 400,000 unemployed people according to the latest figures, most of them youth and graduates, in our near future, ever.
Primary school teachers require a diploma
Lack of degree no obstacle to quality teaching, parents group says
By Vanessa Ee-Lyn Gomes
Saturday December 19, 2015

Parent Action Group for Education (PAGE) chairman Datin Noor Azimah Abdul Rahim said the Education Ministry had raised the entry level requirements as it realised that teachers needed to be of high quality.

“Since this was implemented, we have had better qualified teachers joining the profession,” she said, adding the report may not have taken into consideration the fact teachers may have upgraded themselves academically while in service.
Malaysia needs a long term biotechnology master plan
Home > Opinion > Letters
Friday, 18 December 2015
Biotech grads wanted

The Academy of Sciences Malaysia has enough expertise to lead in the formulation of the proposed master plan. Only in this way can the biotech industry make true progress and interest in the biotech profession will be renewed.
Upgrade teacher intake continuous
41% of science teachers in M’sia don’t hold degrees
FMT Reporters
| December 18, 2015

PETALING JAYA: A report by the Academy of Sciences Malaysia has revealed that 41 per cent of science teachers in the country do not possess a Bachelor’s degree.

A report in Malay Mail Online noted that of the 41 per cent, 37.1 per cent only held SPM/STPM qualifications and 3.8 per cent held diplomas.
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29/11/2015 22:39
Kindly note our new address & tels. Thank you.

22/01/2013 00:08
Kluang parents successfully reinstate PPSMI in Form 1. Bravo!

20/01/2013 17:13
Calling all concerned parents in Sabah. Come and unite!

09/01/2013 17:29
Port Dickson reinstated PPSMI yesterday. It can be done.

08/01/2013 19:05
Yvonne Tay, pls work with other parents to get back English science & math textbooks. Call me at 0133913494. Good luck.

30/10/2012 23:39
It is about whose vote counts more.. Frown

25/10/2012 15:52
DPM compromise on BM std refuse on PPSMI http://thestar.co...se
c=nation

22/10/2012 11:59
Is replacement KL dialogue going to happen or not?!

26/06/2012 23:04
Done cplee

25/06/2012 10:59
Datin, how abt posting the Edu Minister 2003 address on PPSMI in PPSMI facebook gp ?

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Misi/Mission

Membangunkan sistem pendidikan yang berkualiti bertaraf dunia bagi memperkembangkan potensi individu sepenuhnya dan memenuhi aspirasi Negara Malaysia

To develop a world-class quality education system which will realize the full potential of the individual and fulfil the aspiration of the Malaysian nation

Objektif/Objectives

Melahirkan bangsa Malaysia yang taat setia dan bersatu padu

Melahirkan insan yang beriman, berakhlak mulia, berilmu, berketrampilan dan sejahtera

Menyediakan sumber tenaga manusia untuk keperluan kemajuan Negara

Memberi peluang-peluang pendidikan kepada semua warganegara

To produce loyal and united Malaysians

To produce happy, well-mannered individuals who have faith, knowledge and vision

To prepare the nation’s human resource for development needs

To provide educational opportunities for all Malaysians
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Chaining the Children of the Poor - M. Bakri Musa
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Mapping the World of Science
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Quality, Quantity, and Equity in Malaysian Education #1 - M. Bakri Musa
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