Thoughts On the UNISEL educational funding issue
9 June 2012
MALAYSIANS .. why can’t educational issues be non-partisan so that children will not be victims of discrimination why choke the future generation of the lifeline of a good ethical foundation
by stopping funding and the the ability to contribute to nation-building why must the bright young minds be held for ransom just because a political promise is made to teach justice in a certain fashion ahhh Malaysian … do not politicize education it is the only means to create good and ethical citizens and a future generation minds cultivated in the hands of good teachers who too should be non-partisans and without ideological inclination this — is the only way to ensure the future generation will not sell this nation to neo-colonialism whose agents are even good at spewing proses of patriotism
MALAYSIANS … behave if you will in order to arrive safely at this educational path to salvation and behave so that the future generation will not urinate on each others’ grave and curse each other in eternal damnation
Let us work together for national progress .. through goods deeds .. good teaching and learning ..and deep reflections …. — azly rahman
DR AZLY RAHMAN, who was born in Singapore and grew up in Johor Baru, holds a Columbia University (New York) doctorate in International Education Development and Master’s degrees in the fields of Education, International Affairs, Peace Studies and Communication. He has taught more than 40 courses in six different departments and has written more than 300 analyses on Malaysia. His teaching experience spans Malaysia and the United States, over a wide range of subjects from elementary to graduate education. He currently resides in the United States.
Source : Malaysia Today