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· Mar 4, 2021
Read the official press statements released by Siti Nafirah binti Siman (2018 Plaintiff) and Rusiah binti Sabdarin, Nur Natasha Allisya binti Hamali, and Calvina binti Angayung (2020 Plaintiffs), authorized by Messrs Roxana & Co for High Court Cases No. BKI-2NCvC-101/10-2018 and BKI-22NCvC-88/11-2020.
In December 2020, some of the youngest women in Sabah & Malaysia did something unthinkably brave.
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@tiadaguru In 2013, the Ministry of Education wrote a report titled "Melindungi Masa Instruksional." #SabahBangkit #PendidikanBersih ♬ original sound - Newzel Ikbal Kaplele✪
In 2013, the Ministry of Education wrote a report titled "Melindungi Masa Instruksional." #SabahBangkit #PendidikanBersih
Explore the untold backdrop behind the High Court case against Malaysia's extreme teacher absenteeism. "If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to abuse them." - Mitchell Garabedian.
Sometimes you just have to take matters into your own hands. Nafirah Siman did just that after her English teacher had failed to attend classes for seven months straight at her school, SMK Taun Gasi, at Kota Belud, Sabah. The teacher, Jainal Jamran, was alleged to have skipped classes from February 2015 until October 2015 when Nafirah was 15.
· Oct 30, 2018
@tiadaguru The level of pollution in the education system stays the same. The story of ##Sabahan Siti Nafirah binti Siman. ##SabahBangkit untuk ##PendidikanBersih ♬ The Banjo Beat, Pt. 1 - Ricky Desktop
The level of pollution in the education system stays the same. The story of ##Sabahan Siti Nafirah binti Siman. ##SabahBangkit untuk ##PendidikanBersih
This has allegedly happened in a school in Kota Belud, Sabah with no action despite complaints.
The Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) has pledged to investigate an Ampang primary school pupil's allegations of sexual assault by her teacher. The issue was made known after the pupil told her parents about the teacher's inappropriate behaviour towards her
· July 16, 2018
@tiadaguru Ini kes saman orang ##Sabah Siti Nafirah terhadap ##guruponteng7bulan — Sabah bangkit untuk ##PendidikanBersih dan buang guru ponteng ♬ Dont Got It - Niqué
Ini kes saman orang ##Sabah Siti Nafirah terhadap ##guruponteng7bulan — Sabah bangkit untuk ##PendidikanBersih dan buang guru ponteng
Go beyond the headlines. Take a deep dive into the allegations, timelines, and more inside one of Malaysia's most explosive court cases.
Read the official press statements released by Siti Nafirah binti Siman, the 18-year-old Plaintiff, and her law firm Messrs Roxana & Co.
@tiadaguru No compromises. No interference. We're fighting for everyone. No. More. Corruption. In. Schools. ##keadilan ##justice ##tiadaguru ##foryoupage ##foryou ♬ bored by billie - your mom AND dad
No compromises. No interference. We're fighting for everyone. No. More. Corruption. In. Schools. ##keadilan ##justice ##tiadaguru ##foryoupage ##foryou
The Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia results were released last month. We congratulate the students who did very well and to those who did not, it is not the end of the world. Some will pursue tertiary education but most will not. When a school does well, the credit goes to the tuition teachers.
The Edge Markets
Two individuals post their grouses on the 1Sabah Facebook page following Nafirah Siman's suit.
· Nov 1, 2018
'I am doing this for all students' Published on: Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Kota Kinabalu: The former student who is suing her ex-English teacher for refusing to teach the English subject in her Form Four class for seven months said she did it to stop a "culture of fear and silence in schools and intimidation by the education authorities".Stressing that it is time to end this unhealthy culture, Siti Nafirah Siman, 19, said: "I want every school to give the best education to students.
The Daily Express
· Oct 31, 2018
From the time my children were in national school (they are now in their twenties), parents have had to contend with seasonal teacher absenteeism. It was especially bad during the sports season as 25% of the teachers would accompany students for competitions and there would be no spare teachers to teach.
· Nov 20, 2018
The student who sued her English teacher for allegedly failing to turn up for classes for seven months will finally get her day in court this May. Nafirah Siman (photo, centre), who is 20 years old now, initiated the lawsuit against Jainal Jamran in Oct 2018.
· Jan 11, 2020
LETTER | I am a retired Education Ministry officer, whereby I started my career as a young teacher with idealistic views... that was before joining the ministry. With the amount of corruption, deception, abuse of power, and black magic that I witnessed in the ministry, one would have thought that the principal business there would have probably been drugs or guns, rather than children and teachers.
· Oct 29, 2018
LETTER | I would give my thumbs-up to Encik TBH on his article Corrupt educators, corrupt nation . Putting aside other kinds of corruption which seem common, abuse of power is quite difficult to handle unless there's someone heroic, brave and bold enough willing to be in a state of danger.
PETALING JAYA: Despite going to school for an average of 12 years, Malaysian students get only about nine years' worth of meaningful education, a study by Khazanah Research Institute (KRI) said. Citing research done by the World Bank, the KRI report said Malaysian students had 3.1 years of schooling that did not contribute to their educational achievement.
· Oct 16, 2018
· Oct 23, 2018
This report is the third instalment of our flagship State of Households report, looking at the different realities of households, the changing nature of workforce focusing on women and foreign workers,..
Khazanah Research Institute
Kota Kinabalu: The former student who is suing her ex-English teacher for refusing to teach the English subject in her Form Four class for seven months said she did it to stop a "culture of fear and silence in schools and intimidation by the education authorities". Stressing that it is time to end this unhealthy culture, Siti Nafirah Siman, 19, said: "I want every school to give the best education to students."
KOTA KINABALU, Dec 23 — An English teacher and the principal of a school in Kota Belud are being sued by more of their former students for allegedly failing to show up for classes for almost an entire year. Former students Calvina Angayung, Rusiah Sabhdarin and Nur Natasha Allisya Hamali — now 19 years old — are suing their teacher Mohd Jainal Jamran, headmaster Suid Hanapi along with the director-general of education, the education minister, and the Malaysian government at the High Court here.
· 23 Dec 2020
Only 0.01 percent of the 1.6 million civil servants are brave enough to report corrupt practices in their respective departments and agencies, said MACC deputy chief commissioner (Prevention) Shamshun Baharin Mohd Jamil. He said the figure was still low, despite the various incentives provided for them.
· 7 Dec 2020
GEORGE TOWN: A primary school teacher was sentenced to 24 years in jail and six strokes of the rotan for sexually abusing three of his pupils during class two years ago. Religious studies teacher Abdul Mutalib Hussain, 42, was charged with performing oral sex on three boys aged 8 to 10 between February 2017 and July 2018 at a classroom in a primary school here.
Free Malaysia Today
· 6 Aug 2020
KOTA KINABALU: A primary school English teacher was sentenced to a total of 11 years jail plus two strokes of the cane for two sexual offences against two girls. Sessions Court judge Elsie Primus imposed the sentence on the 50-year-old man after he pleaded guilty to the charges which were read to him yesterday. On the first count, he was sentenced to seven years in jail and a stroke of the cane for touching the private parts of his eight-year-old pupil in a classroom of the primary school in Kota Belud between 7.30am and 8.30am between middle to end of August, 2019.
The Borneo Post
· 30 May 2020
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 26 ― The reported case last week of a secondary school principal in Telipok, Sabah who is accused of sending sexually inappropriate messages to at least two male students has reawakened fears among parents nationwide. The Ministry of Education has told Malay Mail that the principal, who is in his 50s, has since been transferred to the Sabah state education department, pending the completion of investigations into the complaints filed by the parents of one 14-year-old boy.
· 26 Nov 2019
TAWAU, Oct 24 - Cases of corruption or abuse of power involving the education sector in Sabah are serious, said Sabah Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) deputy commissioner (Prevention), Awang Samsul Baharam Bungso. He said most of the investigations involved various offences including...
· 24 Oct 2019
MAY 21 — Teaching is a noble profession and Malaysian teachers are some of the most respected educators in the world1. This notion sets the perspective that a teacher, or any other adult in the education world for that matter, can do no wrong. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. As educators who have worked with both Malaysian and foreign education in Malaysian secondary schools across the country, we have seen many incidents of sexual harassment, indecent behaviour and assault in national secondary schools. When this happens to an adult, it is extremely upsetting. When it happens to our students, it is unforgivable.
· 21 May 2019
· 30 Oct 2018
LETTER | I am a retired Education Ministry officer, whereby I started my career as a young teacher with idealistic views... that was before joining the ministry. With the amount of corruption, deception, abuse of power, and black magic that I witnessed in the ministry, one would have thought that the principal business there would have probably been drugs or guns, rather than children and teachers. Eventually, the ministry's internal culture and graft tarnished my ideals on education in Malaysia.
· 29 Oct 2018
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 24 - The families of seven Orang Asli children, who disappeared in 2015 from their boarding school in Pos Tohoi, Gua Musang, five of whom died, have filed negligence suits against the government. Lawyer Gokul Radhakrishnan said six families of the seven victims filed a total of...
· 24 Aug 2018
Three more students have filed a suit against an English teacher over his alleged failure to turn up for classes at SMK Taun Gusi, a school in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Rusiah Sabdarin, Nur Natasha Allisya Hamali, and Calvina Angayung, through law firm Messrs Roxana & Co, filed the suit at the Kota Kinabalu High Court last month...
· 22 Dec 2020
Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) mendedahkan hanya 0.01 peratus daripada 1.6 juta penjawat awam berani tampil melaporkan perbuatan rasuah dalam jabatan dan agensi masing-masing. Timbalan Ketua Pesuruhjaya (Pencegahan) SPRM Datuk Seri Shamshun Baharin Mohd Jamil berkata angka tersebut masih rendah dalam usaha sifar rasuah dalam perkhidmatan awam dapat direalisasikan.
GEORGE TOWN: Seorang guru sekolah rendah dijatuhi hukuman penjara 24 tahun dan 6 sebatan kerana melakukan serangan seksual terhadap 3 orang muridnya dalam kelas 2 tahun lepas. Guru pengajian agama Abdul Mutalib Hussain, 42, didakwa melakukan seks oral terhadap 3 budak lelaki berusia 8 hingga 10 tahun antara Februari 2017 hingga Julai 2018 di sebuah kelas di sekolah rendah, dekat sini.
KUALA LUMPUR – Saksi ke-12 perbicaraan kes rasuah pembekalan dan pemasangan tenaga solar ke 369 sekolah di Sarawak membabitkan Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor kelihatan sedikit kaget pada sesi soal balas hari ini. Bekas Ketua Setiausaha Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM), Datuk Seri Alias Ahmad kelihatan teragak-agak ketika menjawab persoalan bertubi-tubi yang dikemukakan oleh peguam bela Rosmah, Datuk Akberdin Abdul Kadir.
· 13 Jul 2020
PUTRAJAYA: Terdapat kejadian di mana guru meminta pelajar untuk melakukan hubungan seks sebagai habuan bagi mendapatkan keputusan peperiksaan yang cemerlang. Ketua Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull yang mendedahkan perkara itu memberi amaran bahawa kes sedemikian berbahaya bagi generasi masa depan di negara ini.
· 14 Nov 2018
TAWAU: Kes rasuah atau salah guna kuasa membabitkan sektor pendidikan di Sabah adalah serius, kata Timbalan Pengarah (Pencegahan) Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Sabah, Awang Samsul Baharam Bungso. Beliau berkata mengikut siasatan pihaknya, kebanyakan yang disiasat adalah melibatkan pelbagai kesalahan termasuk mengemukakan tuntutan palsu, memalsukan dokumen dan pecah amanah.
TAWAU: Kementerian Pendidikan dikategorikan sebagai antara agensi berisiko tinggi yang memerlukan perhatian pihak Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM). SPRM melalui Unit Pendidikan Masyarakat (PENMAS) bertanggungjawab untuk memberikan mesej anti rasuah kepada warga pentadbir dan pendidik dalam sektor pendidikan.
· 25 Oct 2019
SANDAKAN, 26 Ogos - Seorang guru disiplin sekolah rendah di Beluran dijatuhi hukuman penjara berjumlah 80 tahun dan 20 sebatan atas 14 pertuduhan rogol, cabul serta liwat terhadap lapan murid perempuan. Hakim Mahkamah Sesyen Ummu Kalthom Abd Samad menjatuhi hukuman itu terhadap Freddie @ Ampat...
· 26 Aug 2019
Hah ni apa kes pulak ni? Baru-baru ni kecoh seorang pelajar dari Kota Belud, Sabah nak menyaman guru bahasa Inggerisnya atas satu dakwaan yang mengejutkan. Menurut Malaysiakini, Nafirah Siman, 18, menyaman gurunya Jainal Gasi kerana tak masuk kelas selama 7 bulan semasa pengadu menjadi pelajarnya.
KUALA LUMPUR: Keluarga mangsa tragedi kehilangan 7 murid di Pos Tohoi, Gua Musang 3 tahun lalu nekad menyaman kerajaan kerana kecualian yang menyebabkan 5 kanak-kanak meninggal dunia. Enam saman difailkan di Mahkamah Tinggi Kota Bharu 13 Ogos lalu memohon ganti rugi yang tidak ditentukan jumlahnya dan beberapa tuntutan berkaitan pendidikan dan kebajikan.
Imagine believing that what's actually wrong in the world is the people with the least power in the world.
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 24 — The families of seven Orang Asli children, who disappeared in 2015 from their boarding school in Pos Tohoi, Gua Musang, five of whom died, have filed negligence suits against the government.
THE 18-year-old girl who is suing her English teacher said she and her classmates were instructed to sign a testimonial paper taking the blame for their teacher's absence from class for a period of seven months.
The Malaysian Insight
· 1 Nov 2018
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