Education innovation: Well-Rounded – End Result is a More Marketable Graduate

The New Straits Times (October 27, 2012)

Coming in the wakes of the launch of the Malaysian Education Blueprint, the Malaysian Higher Education Ministry will work with the Education Ministry to tweak the school education system, including the curricula, so that students would become more creative and innovative. The purpose is to increase the human capital value and marketability of the various graduates of the education system. The plan calls for a seamless education in creativity and innovation, with outcomes ranging from creativity for Pre-Schoolers and Primary students and creativity, innovation, collaborative and entrepreneurial skills for tertiary students.

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