While Malaysia has achieved tremendous progress in socioeconomic development over the last 60 years, the Malaysian Education Blueprint calls out that the average 14 year old in Malaysia is academically 3 years behind their peers in Singapore and 4 years behind their peers in Shanghai.
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What is education inequity?
A child’s origin often determines the quality of his or her education, and therefore the choices that become available to them later in life. Teach For Malaysia believes that this distinct relationship between socio-economic disadvantage and weak educational outcomes is a critical challenge for our nation.
Did you know?
Source: PISA 2009+ as reported in the Malaysian Education Blueprint 2013 – 2025 Preliminary Report
We recruit, train and support the country’s most promising future leaders, who teach as Fellows in high-need classrooms all over the nation. After the two-year Fellowship, they continue to drive systemic impact and transformational change within and beyond the classroom, as part of the Alumni movement.