No-exam policy needs coordination or it will fail, educators tell govt

Andrew Chin

The new assessment system removes the mid-year and year-end final examinations in favour of other assessment methods to track a student’s academic and character building progress. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, March 27, 2019.

AFTER one too many policy changes in Malaysia’s education system over the years, educators are urging the government to ensure close supervision of the new classroom-based assessment system, which does away with exam-oriented learning.

They said the Education Ministry must closely supervise and coordinate its application in schools, following its introduction this year for Year One to Three pupils.

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