The Growth of Education Policy

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The Growth of Education Policy by Mind Map: The Growth of Education Policy

1. 1951- Fenn-Wu

1.1. Led by William P. Fenn and Wu Teh-Yao to assess Chinese Education System.

1.1.1. -To preserve the Chinese schools status and support them financially. -To sustain the Chinese schools. -To concentrate on syllabus in the context of Tanah Melayu.

2. 1956- Razak

2.1. Standardization of syllabus, exam, teachers’ training and school-inspector.

2.2. BM became a compulsory subject

2.3. The report was set to be the first influential policy of education after independence

2.3.1. BM was continually used at secondary and tertiary education.

2.4. Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan used Tamil, Mandarin and English as the medium of instruction.

3. 1946-Cheeseman

3.1. Effect of WWI made the British changed education direction from separation to integration

3.1.1. 4 types of primary schhols

3.1.2. 2 types of secondary schools

4. 1949- Community Liaison Committe

4.1. was represented by Onn, Cheng Lock and Thuraisingham. Aim to foster integration for independent state underlining.

5. 1961- Education Act

5.1. Primary education-free for all Lower Secondary education Upper Secondary education Education in colleges, teachers training centres etc.

5.1.1. Hardware

5.1.2. Software

5.1.3. Instruments

5.2. Islamic education – offered if more than 15 Muslim students Taught by trained teacher 2 periods a week

6. 1951- Barnes

6.1. Led by L.J. Barnes of the Oxford University.

6.1.1. The report noted integration can be achieved when vernacular schools were replaced by national-type schools.

6.1.1.1. Fingerings

6.1.1.2. Chord Sturctures

6.1.1.3. Phrasing Structures

7. 1960 - Rahman Talib

7.1. -Malay language -Free secondary school -Automatic promotion until form 3 -Establishment of technical & vocational schools -Emphasis on religion and moral education

7.1.1. Warranty Limits

8. 1947- Car-Saunders Committe

8.1. the committe was formed to draft the university education with Bahasa Melayu

8.1.1. to integrate the different ethnics