Education After World War II (1946-1956) - Coggle Diagram
Education After World War II (1946-1956)
Cheeseman Report 1946
Free basic education.
English language is compulsory for vernacular school.
Is cancelled during 1949 because of the demised of Malayan Union.
Barnes Report 1951
Vernacular schools became national school and used Malay and English as medium.
Jawi script is repleaced with Islamic education.
Secondary school maintained English as medium.
Fenn Wu Report 1952
Medium: English, Malay, Mandarin.
Trilingualism in Chinese Malayans, with Malay as the official language, English as the business language, and Chinese as the cultural language
Formation of a committee to produce textbooks based on modern pedagogical methods, with Malaya as the focus, while preserving Chinese culture and tradition.
Establishment of an institution to produce more qualified teachers
Education Report 1952
Based on Barnes Report.
5 schooling types: English school, Malay school, Tamil school, Religious school & Chinese school
Curriculum based on school system.
Razak Report 1956
Chaired by Dato Abd Razak Hussein
Received 151 memorandums
One common school system for all:
-Malay language as medium
-Centralized curriculum & examination
Malay language as subject is compulsory