Abolishing UPSR is a regressive policy decision

The country’s education policy has been subject to changes and try-outs too frequently, and the outcomes leave much to be desired. First, PMR (Pemeriksaan Menengah Rendah) was abolished and now they are abolishing the UPSR (Ujian Peperiksaan Sekolah Rendah).

The education ministry is now experimenting with the controversial and subjective School-Based Assessments (SBA) for 11 years of education, which is not considered by many educationists as a wise move.

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