dinding harapan

Beribu-ribu guru & pelajar yang rajin bergelut dalam sistem buli direka untuk menakut-nakutkan mereka. Hantar mesej harapan kepada mereka.

tulis mesej harapan

Terima kasih kerana menghantar mesej harapan kepada guru & pelajar yang berjuang terhadap sistem yang tidak adil. Nota daripada mereka: "Kami 💜 anda. Terima kasih atas sokongan anda."

Terima kasih! Mesej harapan anda diterima!
Mesej ditinjau untuk kesopanan.
Alamak! Kami ada isu terima mesej harapan anda. Pastikan ada mesej harapan ditulis diatas. Silakan cuba sekali lagi.

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Please stay strong and never give up. Fight corruption and abuse of power
Baha'
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Parents, stop the apathy, especially those in a position to make a difference by raising the alarm, advocacy, awareness, getting involved in/with issues and engagement with PTA, school administrators, parent groups and sincere teachers supporting change for betterment. Only untiring and consistent pressure from parents, and more so in a collective manner, can help activate the necessary changes in MOE, departments, schools in terms of improving culture, mindset, attitude professionalism and ethics that will better outcomes for the students
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

What about teachers who physically attended class but did not conduct any teaching during the class. Ask around and you will be surprise to find that this happens a lot. I hope this is not just a place where we can vent our frustration and disappointment but 'changes' can happen.
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

All the very best! Goosebumps reading your story, I feel your enthusiasm & willpower radiate from all the way through my phone reading screen. Will be praying for you!
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

This win for Siti is important for the children of SABAH and their hardworking, dedicated teachers. They must be heard and change at the highest level must be upheld. If heads should roll so be it.
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Courageous girl. Even if the case is not won, she has shown everyone how to be principled and fight for her rights.
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

saya berharap kes ini berjaya membuka mata banyak pihak terutama kepada golongan yang sambil lewa menjalankan tugas tidak kira samada dia seorang pelajar (mungkin ada pelajar yang selalu tidak menyiapkan tugasan) atau seorang guru atau seorang ketua.
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Saya pernah menghadapi situasi guru tidak hadir selama 3 bulan. Guru asal kami perlu mengambil cuti bersalin, namun, guru yang speatutnya mengganti tidak hadir dalam tempoh 3 bulan. Pada masa itu saya bersekolah asrama penuh, tingkatan 4. Akibat tindakan guru tersebut, semasa tingkatan 5, ilmu asas saya agak lemah dan saya memerlukan kelas tambahan di luar. Jelas bahawa masalah ini wujud di kebanyakan sekolah dan ia adalah masalah sistematik yang perlu diperbetulkan. Saya berharap, pihak adik2 yang teraniaya peroleh keadilan yang sewajarnya atas ketidakadilan ini. Teruskan berusaha.
Nazirul Mubin
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Kami dengar.. Teruskan perjuangan. Anda tidak bersendirian. # kamiadadibelakang
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Guru sepatutnya menjalankan tugas dengan betul.kalau pemimpin di sekolah memantau dan membuat laporan dan tindakan seperti potong gaji,sepatutnya kes begini tidak terjadi.PIBG dan PIBK di sekolah sepatutnya sentiasa memantau guru melalui anak2 mereka.Bagi sy,yg salah tetap salah.bila dh naik mahkamah,kan dh susah.tp perkara cmni mungkin kerap berlaku di Sabah.jika disekolah bandar2 besar semenanjung,agak sukar terjadi.sbb pemimpin sekolah jenis bekerja.ppd juga jenis bekerja.maka guru x berani naik kepala.cuti sehari terus potong gaji.cuti bersalin nak naik flight awal,mesti cuti tanpa gaji.barulah hal cmni xterjadi.pelajar untung,cikgu elok, pemimpin hebat. sy doakan murid tersebut berjaya.untuk memberi satu tamparan hebat kepada guru2 kaki ponteng yg tidak dikenakan tindakan(mungkin cikgu tersebut mempunyai kabel politik@org atasan).
Saya manusia ada integriti: melakukan perkara betul walaupun ianya sukar
Respon TIADA.GURU:

All the very best! Goosebumps reading your story, I feel your enthusiasm & willpower radiate from all the way through my phone reading screen. Will be praying for you!
anonymous
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Ini penyakit dan pesakit dalam pendidikan.Terima kasih kepada yang menyaman.Sekurang-kurangnya kes ini dapat memberi peringatan kepada semua guru akan harapan murid kepada mereka.
Tey Shong Hui
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Kan ini perkara biasa di semua sekolah kebangsaan dari dulu. Guru takhadir cuti bersalin, cuti kahwin macam macam cuti. Ada masa diganti dengan guru sejarah untuk mengajar matamatik. Mutu penbelajaran menjunam sejak 1980an. Eloklah disaman dengan Kementerian Pelajaran sekali.
Jeffery Dino
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Jangan makan gaji buta
Ali Baba Baba
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Ramai sangat guru tdak masuk kelas dekat sabah.. Dia ingat era 70an yg boleh dkasi bodoh2 org2 luar bandar
Nasi Perikatan
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Biar ini jadi permulaan bagi keskes lain dalam sistem pendidikan negara seperti di kolej, ipg, u dsb. Perkara ini berlarutan kerana pengguna tidak dididik tentang hak mereka. Manakala pihak atasan cuba 'cover up' kerana kpi mereka/ jabatan tidak terjejas. Kan kita ada slogan 'MALAYSIA BOLEH'
Arulselvan Raju
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Bila dah jadi mcm ni....maka2 masing2 punya bahagian kena bertanggungjawab. Pengetua...PPD...dan guru terlibat. Gaji jalan, tapi tanggungjawan tak laksanakan.
Wah
Respon TIADA.GURU:

7 months absent and the education department did nothing. "Betul2 gaji buta". In private companies, 3 days absent without reasons, they'll sack him. This one 7 months nothing happen till a student voiced it out. Mati Malaysia.
Geram
Respon TIADA.GURU:

The main reason for this kind of attitude is because Kementerian seem to give the headmaster /headmistress posts to those close to retirement. They have no motivation because they have not much time left ...so why bother...unless you r the conscientious .
GrayPanda9123
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Headmaster /Headmistresses playing truant is very common. They will tell their office some cock & bull stories and most often the office will also cover for them ..to bodek them.It is not only in rural schools but even in city schools...place like Damansara. I can name the school too.
GrayPanda9123
Respon TIADA.GURU:

The teacher Jainal Jamran should be sacked immediately and the Ministry should ask him to pay back all his salary for the 7 months. When civil servants commit a misconduct, they should not be let off lightly with just a transfer. Civil servants are not above the Law.
BluePanther4725
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Praise must be given to this student who is courageous and have strong leadership conviction to bring this matter to court. Now let us see if the court has equally strong conviction on what is right or wrong and bring accountability back to our schools. If Malaysiakini and other media companies are true to their profession, there should be extensive media investigation into this widespread issue. This issue is happening not only in remote towns of Kota Belud but in schools in the Klang Valley and in urban areas like Georgetown.
One
Respon TIADA.GURU:

The question is why are the media companies and journalists not doing their job in investigating this issue? Afraid of losing their licenses? It is well known that headmasters and teachers absent themselves frequently and get away with it because nobody wants to be the whistleblower. This is a form of corruption because headmasters and teachers have power over students and parents and they are abusing their power.
One
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Way to go, Nafirah, we are all rooting for you.
Vijay47
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Thank you so much for sharing your support; the students of Tiada.Guru appreciate it so much. 🙏

When it comes to the man in the street, the little girl in school, the institutionalized monster always seems to have the upper hand. This time, we hope that the ogre is brought down a peg or two. Or three. And again it is Sabah, whose trials and tribulations never seem to cease. If it is not teachers going on long extended vacations, it is students being forced to climb trees to get internet access.
Vijay47
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Whoever instituted the court action, whether a 15 year-old child herself or her parents, it reveals the enthusiasm, the longing of the child to equip herself with a sound foundation in education and especially English. And in response, the teacher allegedly absconds from her responsibilities not for a couple of days but for months on end. Which if true makes us wonder what the heck the school was doing.
Vijay47
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Whichever way we look at it, Nafirah Siman certainly will receive not only our support but also our admiration. This is the classic case of David taking on Goliath with the added spice that Goliath here is the schoolyard bully, where right is what the Establishment decides and all mortals must fall in line. Or else.
Vijay47
Respon TIADA.GURU:

The Appellate Court should review the decision on how the Headteacher right up to the Director General of Education, managed to wrangle out of this case,They had a duty to provide her the education that she needed. This they failed. The issue of VICARIOUS LIABILTY CERTAILY arises in this case. Check it out.
Socrates
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Accountability and, enforcement to ensure accountability r two issues plaguing this nation
LimeSinga1592
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Im not sure which part is it that you are referring as 'normal' , but if it is directing to the behaviours of teachers that skip classes for days, weeks or months without valid reason, then that is SHOULD NOT BE NORMALISED. Students are investment for our future, like it or not. It is palpable that these irresponsible teachers had failed to see that. Not only that is harmful but very morally wrong as well.
Mocacola
Respon TIADA.GURU:

The same happens in schools of Orang Asli settlements in Peninsular Malaysia. Personally experienced.
YellowGopher7568
Respon TIADA.GURU:

i invite you to have a first hand experience of these types of teachers here in Sabah. Teachers who skip classes for months are very common here. Nafirah's attempt to speak up about this should be taken as an example to put a stop to these irresponsible educators.
Mocacola
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Well done! Give us your bank account number Nafirah Siman. We support you all the way. Let us all shine a light upon dark deeds in Malaysia!
OBSERVER from Space
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Whenever this happens, ask your kids to post it on whatsapp, fb, instagram etc. This helps record the event, create awareness and minimise its re-occurance.
BlueCottontee
Respon TIADA.GURU:

All you parents having children study or had studied in national school, especially secondary schools, please please enquire and you shall find that absenteeism is extremely common, so common that our children don’t bother to tell anymore!! It’s the same with most governmental departments........
VioletCobra9162
Respon TIADA.GURU:

This is common, a school in PJ the Gurubesar comes in at 8.30 most of the time, does not go out for inspection of walkabout the school, just sits in her room and goes on Shopee Shoping. Also goes for massage during school hours..... well these are the people educating out future generation!!!
Robbed!
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Well done girl! Respect you! Looks like Sabah n Education Dept there is really a WILD WILD WEST!
Annonnymous 080
Respon TIADA.GURU:

7 months absent and the education department did nothing. "Betul2 gaji buta". In private companies, 3 days absent without reasons, they'll sack him. This one 7 months nothing happen till a student voiced it out. Mati Malaysia.
Geram
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Kudos to the brave student. Younger generation of Sabahans rising!
Bani Adam
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Do not bare the educators roles if one cant even attend to teach in class. Such shame and disgrsce brought upon Sabah name and the entire teachers academy.
olxrev
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Good. Let the show begin to clean-up the progressive rot in our education system. The guilty ones should be given public caning in their respective schools.
darmakochi
Respon TIADA.GURU:

...and MOE should bear in mind that transferring an erring teacher is not the solution. It is just passing on the problem.
Rostrataram
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Minister of the MOE please take stern action against these lazy teachers and headmaster. Remove or demote them with immediate effect.
Daeng Lajib
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Mini kingdoms with their mini Emperors, eh?
Mohd Bakri 3
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Half the teachers who do show up to the classes don’t teach, the mentality of doing nothing and lazing about has be a gnome of many teachers, that’s why parents are forced to send their children to tuitions , sadly most tuition centers are run by the same lazy teacher who doesn’t tech in school
YellowFish9545
Respon TIADA.GURU:

These “ teachers “ had spoiled the future of the children under their care . Beside this they even had to guts to receive their salary when they were not carrying out their duty The ministry department schools & teachers who violate this principle should be sacked & charged for short changing the students & the tax paying parents Schools first then all the other government department which give service to the public
boeyks
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Bravo bravo
Two Come Out
Respon TIADA.GURU:

All the best, Nafirah!! I hope this case serves as a lesson to reform our education system and to implement the right to information.
lovingluna992
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Another case of gaji haram
GrayEagle1983
Respon TIADA.GURU:

Where was the headmaster when all this was happening....Sack the teacher and the headmaster for their carelessness.
Musang King
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