The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), in a new policy paper released on Thursday, took issue with Malaysia’s “one-size-fits-all” 1BestariNet and ICT in Education Policy.

“The low levels of ICT usage in Malaysian classrooms is due to unreliable network connectivity, lack of trained teachers and a lack of decision making in the ICT policies and infrastructure implemented in schools by the school management,” said the Paper.

Entitled “ICT in Classroom Learning – Exploring the Discrepancies Between Ideal Conditions and Current Malaysian Policy”, author Jenny Gryzelius examines the ICT in education policy in Malaysia and its current implementation.

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