PETALING JAYA: The Dual Language Programme (DLP), which allows students to study Mathematics and Science in either Bahasa Malaysia or English, has been shelved. The blogger claimed the sudden postponement of the programme has raised concerns in schools that have implemented the DLP. The proposed introduction of DLP in 88 additional schools nationwide will also be postponed until circulars and guidelines are issued, the statement reads. The DLP, which was announced during Budget 2016, allows selected schools to teach Science and Maths in English. It is offered to Year One, Year Two, Year Four and Year Five pupils; and Form One and Form Two students.
Source: The Star January 02, 2018 22:30 UTC