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Education Ordinance 1952 by Mind Map: Education Ordinance 1952

1. Challenges

1.1. Lack of well-trained teacher

1.2. Protest by the Chinese and the Indian towards intermediate language

1.3. Lack of money💰

1.4. Insufficient fund

2. Suggestion

2.1. Special commitee:

2.1.1. Limited enrollment to English medium schools

2.1.2. Implimenting the usage of English and Malay slowly

2.1.3. Implimenting 3 languages in Chinese and Tamil schools

2.1.4. Build vocational schools

2.2. Central advisory commitee (1952)

2.2.1. Establishing 2 types of schools that use English and Malay as a primary language

2.2.2. 6 years of lessons with English and Malay as medium language in primary schools

2.2.3. The national school proposed by Barnes was implemented

2.2.4. Tamil and Chinese schools not included in national's school's system

3. Introduction

3.1. a report of a committee

3.2. written by the British government

3.3. at Tanah Melayu/Malaya

4. Objective

4.1. To do a research based on Barnes Report (1950) and Fenn-Wu (1951)

4.2. To promote multi-racial community to live in harmony

5. Types of school system

5.1. Malay as intermediate language in school

5.2. English as intermediate language in school

6. References

6.1. Reference 1

6.1.1. H. (2011, July 16). Ordinan Pelajaran, 1952. Blogspot. http://ensiklopediapendidikan.blogspot.com/2011/07/ordinan-pelajaran-1952.html?m=1

6.2. Reference 2

6.2.1. Lee, F. (n.d.). Education Ordinance 1952. Scribd. https://www.scribd.com/doc/47186824/Education-Ordinance-1952