Workload reduced but teachers forced to ‘chip in’ for extras


Diyana Ibrahim

Some teachers have to buy stationery for activities, such as clubs, religious classes and sporting events. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Irwan Majid, December 31, 2019.

THEIR workload may have been reduced but teachers in government schools said they’re facing new burdens, such as paying for stationery for their pupils.

Budgetary cuts have also forced them to fork out their own money for school activities, such as clubs, religious classes and sporting events.


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  • It is a noble act to give back to society esp in areas of education n health. Consider it an honor rather than a burden, whether big or small amount. Everyone has a part to play.

    Posted 1 month ago by Mat Kilau

  • stop complaining and be relieved that you have an overpaid job which you chose to do... you are free to resign and work hard in the private sector but you wont because of the easy life you enjoy in the govt school

    Posted 1 month ago by The Rover