MOE Wants To Know What You Think About Allowing Students To Bring Mobile Phones To School
Credit: Malay Mail
Remember those days when you'd either keep coins in your wallet just to use the public phone in school or sneak in your mobile phones? Well, the Ministry of Education (MOE) may be changing the rules for the younger generation.
On 23 November, the MOE posted a survey on their Facebook page, asking the public what they thought about allowing students to bring mobile phones to school. The survey's goal was to get responses from various parties like parents, teachers, students, and the general public.
If you would like to contribute to the survey, you can do so by scanning the QR code or clicking on this link. The survey will only be available from 23 November till 7 December 2021, so let's get cracking!
According to the Google Docs survey, respondents will have to clarify some personal details like job sector, where you stay, and the category you belong in (parent, teacher, general public, or student). You will then proceed to answer whether you agree students should be allowed to bring mobile phones to school, and why you agree or disagree.
So what do you think? Should students be allowed to bring their phones to school?