Monday, April 2, 2012


Sk Tampulan Telipok.



Sekolah kawasan Pedalaman

Apakah satu lagi  isu baru menjelangnya PRU 13 di bumi Sabah ini bila di laman-laman sosial memaparkan kedaifan kemudahan asas persekolahan termasuk bangunan dan keperluan lainnya. Seolah-olah sekolah di Sabah berada pada keadaan yang sangat terpinggir dan daif sifatnya. Kedaifan itu tidak berlaku di luar bandar dan kawasan pedalaman tetapi juga di kawasan pinggir bandar.

Banyak teori penjajah yang dikemukakan, misalnya ada kewajaran bahawa kedaifan sekolah di Sabah ada kaitan dengan 'pengekalan' kuasa pihak-pihak tertentu yang mahukan rakyat Sabah 'terlewat' dalam menerima pendidikan yang sempurna. Alasannya agar kononnya, rakyat Sabah senang diperintah?


Dalam beberapa kenyataan Dr Jeffry Kitingan sebelum ini mendakwa bahawa ketika beliau memperjuangkan 2 perkara, Dr Mahathir yang ketika itu Perdana Menteri pernah berkata kepadanya bahawa adalah tidak wajar memberitahu kepada orang kampung (rakyat Sabah) mengenai perkara yang mereka tidak ketahui. Apakah dakwaan Dr Jeffry Kitingan itu ada kaitan dengan situasi kemunduran keperluan asas sekolah di Sabah?

Paparan gambar diatas ini adalah salah satu sekolah di Telipok. Lihat kedaifannya. Apakah kawasan yang tidak sampai 1 Jam perjalanan dari Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu dan dihubungkan dengan sistem jalan raya boleh berkeadaan begini?

Lihat pula kenyataan Menteri Pelajaran ini..Apakah benar seperti yang di dakwa ini?

KUALA LUMPUR: Generasi muda negara ini mendapat pendidikan yang lebih baik berbanding pelajar di Amerika Syarikat, Britain dan Jerman, menurut Laporan Daya Saing Global 2011/2012 yang dikeluarkan oleh Forum Ekonomi Dunia (WEF) baru-baru ini.

Timbalan Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin berkata daripada segi kualiti pendidikan, Malaysia di tangga ke-14 keseluruhan dan di tempat kedua selepas Singapura dalam kalangan negara Asean.

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Boss ku said...

Masih banyak kekurangan yang perlu diatasi di negeri ini. Peruntukan untuk Sabah perlu ditambah.

Green Sabah said...

The Ministry of Education should ensure that the learning environment is comfortable and safe for the students and teachers. Hopefully the school buildings in Sabah can be improved.

Green Sabah said...

It is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education to ensure that the education system in the country is up to par as well as the schools and facilities are sufficient.

Perhaps its better if the Sabah Education Department was given the autonomy to handle Education matters in the state without having to go through the Federal.

drako drakonius said...

The state education department should be given power on decision-making and the implementation of development projects, especially maintenance, training and recruitment of teachers.

drako drakonius said...

This will allow the department to manage their own allocations based on the concept ‘Let managers manage’ and son on, as mentioned by the State Education Director Datuk Dr Muhiddin Yusin

drako drakonius said...

Currently the department is not empowered to manage any allocation for development even if it is for projects costing below RM500,000.

drako drakonius said...

He said this is despite present regulations which state the department can decide on projects worth below RM500,000.

drako drakonius said...

He added that this regulation has been stated in the Arahan Perbendaharaan (Treasury directive) more than 10 years ago.

drako drakonius said...

He was commenting on the recent suggestion by State Assembly Speaker Datuk Seri Salleh Tun Said that the Sabah Education Department be given more power and autonomy.

drako drakonius said...

According to Salleh, many school buildings in the Sabah are in need of repair and educational projects are not carried out systematically due to having to refer simple matters to Putrajaya, which jeopardises the Government efforts in developing education in Sabah.

drako drakonius said...

Salleh acknowledged the capability of Muhiddin as head of the education department, in that he well versed in the context of local needs, hence felt it unnecessary, or alternatively, to minimise the requirement for local education officers to attend meetings held in Kuala Lumpur.

drako drakonius said...

Amongst other matter, Datuk Masidi Manjun has been very vocal petaining to the temporary teachers whose services were being made redundant following a directive by the Education Ministry, and would fight for their right.

drako drakonius said...

Stressing that he symphatised their fate, the Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister ( who is also the Minister in charge of education in Sabah) said although they might just be Sijil Rendah Pelajaran (SRP) holders, their services were still relevant to society.

drako drakonius said...

Apart from that, the gave affirmation for their sacrifice for their willingness and their determination and dedication to teach the younger children to excel in their life to be relocated to remote villages to teach, despite the low pay.

drako drakonius said...

He believes that these group of temporary teachers should be absorbed and offered permanent posts, especially those who have served for about three decades.

ferlo said...

sekolah2 yang mundur dan daif pelru dibangunkan, pendidikan perlu diutamakan.

onong said...

Siapa kata? Masidi antara pemimpin Sabah yang berani bersuara.

unknown said...

Education problem in Sabah is going to be solved. Most of the time, is the Federal Government who set the rules.

wake said...

The education system in Sabah still need improvement.

Ezef said...

Masidi has done his best in upgrading our education system in Sabah.

Unknown said...

Come on, why we keep saying the ministers are not doing anything but actually they are doing it without our knowledge? Think about it.

thinaj said...

With the highest allocation given to sabah, we will surely see positive changes in sabah soon.

Wazxiran said...

Penduduk Sabah mengharap sangat supaya kemudahan pendidikan diberikan tumpuan sepenuhnya oleh kerajaan untuk memastikan penduduk menerima pendidikan yang baik.

nickko said...

jika benar parti pemerintah sengaja membiarkan kemudahan asas sekolah berada dalam kedaifan dengan harapan supaya tahap pemikiran rakyat tidak berkembang, kenapa perlu mereka tubuhkan sekolah?? kenapa guru2 banyak menerima insentif dari kerajaan?? kenapa perlu diberikan baucer buku rm200 untuk pelajar2 sekolah??