101: Vernacular Education and the Kadazandusun Language
Rita Lasimbang, CEO, Kadazandusun Language Foundation
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While the Kadazandusun language is taught in schools as a subject, there are no vernacular schools using it as a medium of instruction. We take a look at some efforts being made to preserve the language.
Produced by: Loo Juosie
Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Kelvin Yee, Aiman Rashad
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Categories: Education, History, People and Places
Tags: Evening Edition, vernacular schools, Kadazandusun, Sabah, education, language, heritage,