Ras Atiqah: Bringing Inspiration Home to Create Change

Written by Hamsaveni Vigneswararao (2015) Being away in a foreign land opens your eyes to what can be taken back to your own, and that is precisely what inspired 2017 Alumna Ras Atiqah binti Mohd Rosli, to return after her studies in the United States to teach the children of Malaysia. Why Join Teach For…

Agents of #Change: ELS Language Centres

Continuing our series on education reformers in Malaysia, this week’s write-up features ELS Language Centres, a company committed to delivering quality English language programmes for academic and professional development. The core ELS programme is taught throughout the world and is recognised by more than 650 universities and colleges in the US, Canada and Australia.  Here,…

Agents of #Change: FrogAsia

As part of the series on fellow education reformers in Malaysia, this week’s post features FrogAsia, a company dedicated to connecting the education community of Malaysia through a single, cloud-based teaching and learning platform. Here, Lou Yeoh Executive Director of FrogAsia, tells us more about the organisation and shares her insights on education in Malaysia….

Agents of #Change: EduNation

As part of the series on fellow education reformers in Malaysia, this week’s post features EduNation, a non-profit website that provides free online tuition for secondary school students in Malaysia. Conceived in 2011, this website includes free learning videos, practice problems, and test papers. It also acts as a social media platform for users to…

Agents of #Change: Guru-App

Teach For Malaysia values collaboration and believes that greater impacts can be made through working together. In this spirit, we will be highlighting a series of fellow education reformers in Malaysia on a bi-weekly basis. This series aims to bring more awareness about education inequity in Malaysia and the efforts that are being taken by…