class=”pxcapart”> Muhyiddin posing with principals, teachers and students and pupils of the High Performance Schools (HPS) after delivering a letter of recognition SBT in the Ministry of Education Auditorium in Putrajaya, yesterday.
Declaration adopted the standard of education, give autonomy like innovation management
/> PUTRAJAYA: A total of 14 schools, the of 10 primary and four secondary schools are recognized as a High Performance Schools (HPS) this year, bringing the total so far is 66 SBT.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, said the achievements were put Malaysia on the right track so that the country on par with education in developed countries, in line government’s vision to achieve developed nation status by 2020 high-income .
He, who is also Education Minister, expects the reassessment phase and direction of the country’s education system is finalized, the responsibility lies with the excellent staff of HPS will be more challenging.
/> “Declaration of the SBT is to raise the quality of the best schools by raising the achievement of educational institutions with more autonomy and responsibility and allow schools to innovate in their management.
” This able to produce holistic students who excel and other international personalities to be superior in all areas.
“Next, we want to play the role of SBT source of inspiration and reference to other schools, thus bridging the gap between them through the network and guidance among one another, “he said at HPS Accreditation Council Cohort 3 for the year 2012, here today.
Prior to this, 20 schools were announced as the SBT for Cohort 1/2010 while 23 other schools listed in Cohort 2/2011 followed by nine more schools announced in addition to the list of SBT Cohort 2/2011.
Schools involved are the National School (SK) Infant Jesus, SK (P) Sultan Ibrahim, the Chinese National Type Schools (SJKC) Foon Yew 2, High School of Science (SMS) SMS Kota Tinggi Johor and Johor and SK Ibrahim, SJKC Keat Hwa (H) and SMS Sultan Mohamed Jiwa in Kedah. />
Other schools, including SK Minden Heights and SJKC Kwang Hwa in Penang; SK Sultan Sulaiman 1 and SK Tengku Mahmud in the state; SK Assunta Convent in Pahang and SMS Tuanku Jaafar in Negri Sembilan.
Each school involved each received an allocation of RM700, 000 as an incentive to improve the excellence in the future.
He said the recognition of HPS, which also part of the National Key Result Areas (NKRA) for the Ministry of Education, aims to improve overall student achievement by increasing access to quality education.
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