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Are Low Quality Phones What Students Need?

Koggelavani Muniandy, Founder, GoodKids Malaysia

16-Jun-21 17:00

Are Low Quality Phones What Students Need?

The Perak government has received heavy criticism for distributing low-quality phones to students from low income groups for learning, with the reason for its low quality being to prevent them from using it for entertainment purposes. We look into how this would impact the learning experience of students.

Image Source: cottonbro, Pexels

Produced by: Kelvin Yee, Alia Zefri

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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