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New system: JPN, PPD can no longer request data from teachers 

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PUTRAJAYA: State Education Departments (JPN) and District Education Offices (PPS) can no longer request Classroom Assessment (PBD) results from teachers after implementation of data reporting system , which is expected to start later this year, says Higher Education Minister Datuk Dr. Radzi Jidin (photo).

He said the new system, which is a platform for entering the assessment result of Year Four, Five and Six students and Form One, Two and Three, would ease the burden on teachers as they don’t have to enter the same data. repeatedly on different systems

“Among the main challenges, teachers have to enter the PBD score according to the template provided by the school, and then PPD and JPN would ask them to deliver (the same data) in their systems.

“So teachers got frustrated when they have to do the same thing repeatedly,” he told reporters after attending the Chief Education Minister’s Wadah Aspirasi program here on Friday (Sep 23).

He explained that the platform being developed would allow student data to be shared only between teachers and the Ministry of Education. However, PPD and JPN could still obtain specific data with permission.

Radzi also said that the ministry would be able to determine whether a school needs its intervention through the data entered into the system.

“When we get the data from across the country, we can break it down by state, PPD, area, etc. to see if they need intervention.

“Let’s say that in a PPD, the English language (score) is far behind the others, perhaps because there are few English teachers in the area.

“So that we can organize the data according to our needs and come up with a suitable intervention,” he said, adding that the implementation of the new arrangement would increase the efficiency of the education system.

Meanwhile, when asked if the ministry plans to create a specific curriculum related to corruption following the multi-party call, Radzi said that moral values ​​had been instilled in students through various subjects.

“Most importantly, we realize that integrity and ethics are among the important things to pay attention to in our education system,” he said. – Bernama


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Anwar to meet govt depts, agencies to focus on cost of living issues on Nov 27

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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will hold a meeting with government departments and agencies in Putrajaya on Sunday (November 27) that will focus on cost of living issues affecting people.

“Tonight, we held a prayer session with parishioners and friends in Sungai Long.

“Tomorrow morning at 11am there will be a meeting with government departments and agencies in Putrajaya that will focus on the cost of living issues that are burdening the people,” he said in a post on his Facebook and Twitter accounts on Saturday. (November 26).

Anwar is scheduled to attend the 2022 National Cost of Living Action Council special meeting at 11am on Sunday in Perdana Putra, Putrajaya. – Bernama


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Football: Malaysia Cup 2022: JDT take trophy after downing Red Giants 2-1

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PETALING JAYA: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) has become the 2022 Malaysia Cup champion after beating Selangor 2-1 in the final held at Bukit Jalil National Stadium on Saturday (November 26).

JDT and the Red Giants were tied 1–1 at halftime before JDT’s Fernando Forestieri scored the game-winner in the 59th minute.

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I was just there to see my friends, says Ismail Sabri rubbishing talk of meeting between BN, PAS leaders

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PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob says he was at a country club in Petaling Jaya for a farewell party for former employees of the Prime Minister’s Department on Friday (November 25).

The former prime minister strongly denied that it was said he was at the club for a closed-door meeting between Barisan Nasional and PAS leaders, Sinar Harian reported.

Ismail, Umno’s vice president, said he would only meet friends for a farewell ceremony.

READ ALSO: Dr Wee refutes claims that he attended a discussion with Umno and PAS leaders

“These (rumors) are malicious slander meant to tarnish my name. Nowadays, I can’t even meet my friends,” he told the Malaysiakini online news portal.

Talk about a meeting at the club had gone viral on social media after photos of various politicians arriving at the club were posted online.

Ismail added that it was unfair for certain quarters to label him a “traitor” for meeting with PAS leaders, however BN leaders who met with their Pakatan Harapan counterparts earlier this week were branded as “heroes”. .

The viral post lists Ismail, former Umno General Secretary Tan Sri Annuar Musa, PAS General Secretary Takiyuddin Hassan, MCA President Datuk Dr. Seri Wee Ka Siong and former Putrajaya Umno Deputy Director Datuk Tun Faisal Ismail Aziz, among those who attended the meeting. .

Earlier, Dr. Wee said in a Facebook post that he had been to the club after receiving an invitation from two businessmen.

“It was to have dim sum for brunch at a restaurant located in the country club.

“When I arrived, I met former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, who was in the cafeteria next to the restaurant.

“I greeted him before my friends arrived. When they (my friends) arrived, I went directly to the aforementioned restaurant for lunch,” he said, adding that he was hurt by the slanderous accusations.

Meanwhile, Ismail Sabri also denied that Barisan General Treasurer Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein was present at the farewell ceremony.

Sinar Harian reported that Ismail Sabri also said that other Umno leaders such as Khairy Jamaluddin were also slandered for going against party chairman Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

“Right now, because they want to support other people to form a government and appoint someone to be prime minister, the Umno leaders are slandering each other and dividing the party,” he said.


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