Rafidah: Teachers in politics will lead to erosion of education system

Ex-minister says there must be limit to politics and politicisation.

22/1/2022 11:29:00 AM

Rafidah: Teachers in politics will lead to erosion of education system

Ex-minister says there must be limit to politics and politicisation.

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Dah herod pun ✌️😉 That is exactly what this govt wants. Well the Ed system eroded without that too. Ismail Sabri is a real idiot, as if this is the most impt issue facing the nation. All he cares about is politics, politics, & more politics. He knows nuts about managing the economy. It's easy above his capability. The sooner he exits as PM, the sooner the economy can recover.

I don’t think so. Eduction in MY will strive upwards. 1 Uni in MY churned out about 400+ PhDs. 😎 Religion mixed with politic also same bad/sad story.... If teachers are allowed to be in politics, then students need be given their voice. This is democracy and it helps muster thinking intelligent society

sis rafpidah, msia going tobe open soon, see demo today in bangsar, democrary uolss. and gomen let it go as that what is called free country. kau tak pergi jengok tun m ke? dah kerepot nak berpolitik jugak lagi.. Agreed, but they are the political base of a certain party...... Teachers happen to be favourable voters. Especially the big number of teachers under the Government payroll

Teachers and Kemas staff can get involved in politics, says PM | New Straits TimesNSTnation The government has decided to allow teachers under the Education Ministry as well as staff of the Community Development Department (Kemas) to get involved in politics, with immediate effect.

Teachers in politic has been a long under table practice by UMNO. Rafidah can say anything she wanted. We have records of Teachers relocated to remote areas for not supporting BN. Fool me once… FYI it’s already eroded because you get teachers that promote the rapey culture, gender discrimination, say rape is good , rape is ok , and you should rape because it’s funny like a JOKE and if you don’t want too you can indulge yourself in period spot checks as well

Ticer joint politik, cepat saja makcik ni bagi komen. Pegawai awam terlibat rasuah makcik tak nak komen ke? Setuju

Teachers, Kemas staff allowed to be involved in politics, says PMKOTA BARU: The government announced Saturday (Jan 22) that all school teachers under the Education Ministry nationwide are allowed to get involved in politics with immediate effect, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. Apa yg ada disebalik arahan terbaru ni....dulu bukan main lg amaran saje....dah terlambat dah....dah xde mood dah cikgu2 ni...dgn politik yg caca marba lg.....tunggu dan lihat je U Turn IsmailSabri60 Better they resign and become full time politician.....

PM: Teachers, Kemas staff allowed to get involved in politicsThe permission is effective immediately. Only if they support UMNO/BN? Preparation for PRN Johor With condition they will have to Donate first. 🤣

PM: Govt allows teachers, Kemas staff to get involved in politics with immediate effectKOTA BARU (Jan 22): The government on Saturday (Jan 22) announced all school teachers under the Ministry of Education (MoE) nationwide are now allowed to get involved in politics with immediate effect, according to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.He said the permission also involves staff of the Community Development Department (Kemas).Therefore, he said, the MoE should issue a circular pertaining to the permission immediately if it is not yet available.“I have already brought this matter to the Cabinet

Teachers, Kemas staff can get involved in politics, says PM | The Malaysian InsightEducation Ministry told to issue a circular on the matter immediately.

NUTP: Teachers with political positions must not neglect duty | New Straits TimesNSTnation Teachers must stay focused and not neglect their essential duties even when they are allowed to get involved in politics, National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) said today.