独中校長:獨中雙軌制非變質! 叶新田与反对党,你们还有什么话说?

 

从还没拿到批文,到拿到批文,叶新田抱着的态度是不断地批评,础础逼人,甚至公开支持行动党,扭曲双轨制的独中是变质的独中!

事实胜于雄辩,今天星洲日报采访了许多独中校长,也包括当初飽受批評,但最終獲得社會人士認同,培育出华社學術精英的隆中華獨中前任校長陳順福。

双轨制的独中获得肯定,并不是叶新田口中变质的独中,有鉴与此,扭曲事实误导人民的叶新田,必须向华社鞠躬道歉。 修身,其家,治国,平天下,若连基本的个人品德都没有,只会不断地诬赖别人,有什么资格谈华教,不如面壁思过,找回礼义廉耻之心。
 
(转载:星洲日报)
 
2012-09-03 11:14
 
(吉隆坡2日訊)全國60所獨中,不少已在大馬扎根近百年。

儘管統考文憑仍不受政府承認,但獨中並沒有因此而退縮,反而披荊斬棘,為學生們開拓了到世界各地升學發展的機會。

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目前全面實施雙軌制的獨中有吉隆坡中華獨中、吉隆坡坤成中學、怡保培南中學、芙蓉中華中學、波德申中華中學、古晉中華第四中學以及沙巴9所獨中。

值得一提是,只有少數獨中是完全以單軌制的方式辦校,這或許已顯示雙軌制目前在獨中教育模式方面是一種趨勢。

受訪的獨中校長皆認為,即使獨中採用雙軌制,也不等於可以抹殺獨中存在的意義。因為隨著社會變化和環境改變,不同學校的方針都會有調整。

巴生光華校長黃金貴:
鼓勵報考2考試

巴生光華獨中校長黃金貴表示,獨中的教育模式自然要以統考為主,但該校也鼓勵有能力同時應付兩種考試的學生,報考政府考試。

他說,該校每年大約也有30%的學生報考政府考試,至於一些能力較不好的學生,如果要報考政府考試,校方會加以勸導。

“但如果有關學生堅持要報考政府考試,校方也不會強行阻止。"

隆尊孔校長潘永強:
有能力學生考2考試

吉隆坡尊孔獨中校長潘永強指出,不應以偏概全指實施“雙軌制"的獨中是變質獨中,因具體的辦學方針應由董事部決定,以及社會的要求。

他說,該校向來以“統考為主,政府考試為輔"的模式,讓有能力的學生選考兩樣考試。

他接受星洲日報詢問時說,獨中這種辦校模式,其實不能準確地歸納為單軌制或雙軌制,因為這是在多樣化的教育體系中,讓學生有多一項選擇。

但他強調,尊孔獨中始終是以統考為主,如果學生無法適應兩種考試,他們會要求有關學生專注於在統考。

“我們每年大約有30%的學生報考大馬高級學校文憑(SPM),校方不希望學生淪為考試機器,在課業之餘,也要參與課外活動,培養完整人格及傳承中華文化使命。"

他說,校方在確保有關學生有能力應付兩種考試後,才會推薦他們報考政府考試,同時在放學後替他們安排特別輔導班,幫助他們溫習政府考試的課程。

巴生中華校長王增文:
獨中以統考為主

巴生中華獨中校長王增文指出,辦獨中的使命不能忘,雖然現在很多獨中已經採用雙軌制教學,但所有獨中還是堅持一個使命,就是統考不能忘。

他說,實施雙軌制的獨中,也不能以偏概全的說有關獨中就已經變質。

他指出,該校也是以統考為主,若學生有意要報考政府考試,校方會在衡量學生的能力後才作出決定,同時也會安排他們在放學後,參與額外的補課,讓老師教導他們準備政府考試的課業。

波中華校長邱志強:
學生知道雙軌制

波德申中華中學校長邱志強則說,進入該校就讀的學生,基本上都已經知道該校是實施雙軌制,不會到時報考時,才來說要選擇考哪種考試。

他說,所以也不能說是強制學生要報考,因為他們報讀以前就知道這是校方的基本要求。

丹中華校長吳建成:
統考為主,政府試為輔

吉蘭丹中華獨中校長吳建成強調,該校採用的是“主輔制",即以統考課程為主,政府考試為輔。

他說,丹中目前的教學制度,不能被納為“雙軌制"。

他解釋,丹中是以統考為主,政府考試為次,政府考試可有可無,如果有學生要報考政府考試,也是在課余時補習。

“原則上,我們是不鼓勵學生參加政府考試,所以,目前同時報考2种考試的學生,不到考生的30%。"

他發現,一些獨中從單軌制變成雙軌制,以應付競爭,惟他個人就不苟同,因為辦教育不應該是這樣的。

家長回應

葉嘯:若不適合別勉強
家長須暸解孩子能力

大馬華文作家協會會長葉嘯指出,當年他就是欣賞隆中華的雙軌制辦學制度,而毅然決定將其大女兒送進該校就讀。

他說,當然這也必須視孩子的情況而定,家長要清楚瞭解孩子的能力,如果不適合獨中課程,就不要勉強孩子。

他指出,其大女兒自小就喜歡語文,尤其是英文,所以他並不擔心將她送進隆中華繼續接受母語教育後,會影響她英語學習的進度。

“雖然隆中華是採用雙軌制,但也並不是每位學生都能夠很好地掌握華語以外的其他語言如國語和英語,還需要靠自己的努力。"

但他認為,學生如果在面對統考課程的學習後,在面對政府考試時都會比較得心應手,因為統考的考試範圍比較難,讀的課程內容也比政府考試來得多。

“所以我認為只要孩子能夠應付,雙軌制並不會增加他們的壓力,反觀在多一種考試制度下,能有更多深造的機會。"


(星洲日報)

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30 thoughts on “独中校長:獨中雙軌制非變質! 叶新田与反对党,你们还有什么话说?

  1. 葉新田為首的董事,對學校許多工作,採不聞不問或以非董事會責任推卸,例如學校食堂周圍逢大雨必淹、白蟻蛀蝕等問題都由家協撥款埋設地下排水設備及蟲蟻公司處理及解決。

    更令人氣憤的是發生學校電房燒毀事件時,這種急迫的事件,他仍舊以不是董事會責任,採取不理會的態度,後來在媒體報導及各界壓力下,才由別校董事長出手解決這危急的意外事件。

    近日有關“大馬彩公益金”事件更因葉新田“怠惰”而尚未獲捐款,事因今年3月大馬彩公益基金在報章宣佈捐款8萬令吉予增北華小,依據該基金會4月8日的來函,葉新田稱需時間另外提供資料,但該基金會至今未接獲任何進一步的詳情,以致增北華小至今尚未獲該筆捐款。

    葉氏連大馬彩公益金已允諾的捐款都“怠惰”,可驗證葉新田未盡職責,不適任董事長。

  2. 你说的对,双轨制独并不中是现在才变质的独中,这是因为马华出卖我国华社老早就将独中给变质了!!

    • Isn’t the unified exam something like a-level, an exam of another country? If yes, i think it Is not right for Malaysian school to adopt foreign country exam.

      If we love Chinese language like some love English or Japanese language, by all means enrol for relevant international schools. I don’t understand why the exam is so important!

      • Luckily Indian community did not ask our government to recognise the exam using India systems.

      • 原來你到現在還不知道發生什麼事
        你老板上上下下都不敢出聲鳥,你還那麼阿嬌

      • 用你的眼睛看看独中校长说什么,没有礼义廉耻,还要扭曲双轨制独中是变质独中! 叶新田给你什么好处破坏独中???

      • 侮辱了双轨制的校长与学生为变质独中,拍拍屁股就想走入,没有那么容易, 卑鄙小人必须道歉。 萧盛源需要道歉,叶新田需要100倍的道歉!!

    • How come it is a war? For god sake this is just an argument on a foreign country exam! Don’t tell me only this exam and syllabus can produce good students!

  3. 很多网友其实不满民联制造仇恨,不敢面对自己问题的做法, 只是害怕遭到网上民联“红卫兵”的攻击,所以选择不出声而已。

  4. 叶新田是之前故意误导华人,还是他不懂很多独中都是走双轨制。 为了政治利益,牺牲华教, 可耻的博士。

    • This also sounds very serious, why?? It is just his opinion on the Taiwanese exam, just like some promote open-book exam practised by the US and not the British. Should we also fight on this??

      • They are hypocrites. This guy who making noise did not send his children to chinese private school.

  5. We have interviewed graduates came out from Chinese school after form 5 and found they are TOO weak in English to be employed. Their level of communicative English is so poor, the graduates can’t even express nor write proper simple letter.

    HOW ARE WE CHINESE GOING TO ENHANCE WHEN WE DON’T WANT TO LEARN OTHER LANGUAGES, LOCKING OUR RACIAL COMMUNAL TRIBAL THINKING INTO A COCOON.

    • The clever parents will send their children to study multi-languages. This is the reason why Chong Hua is so successful because the headmaster has foresight to the importance of other languages.

  6. 只有卖华的人才会说批文没问题,批下来的明明是国中硬是说成独中,再次证明出卖华社,误导华社!

    • 只有破坏拉曼不成,又想破坏独中的反对党在误导人,恶意中伤双轨制是变质独中!

  7. The REAL issue is that mr Yap WANTS to be re elected but can’t because he is not in ANY chinese school board. His position is now in dilemma. This is his PERSONAL vendata against the Edu Minister. Mr Yap is HIJACK Chinese education for his own personal agenda.

    IT IS AS SIMPLE AS THAT !

  8. Dong Zong’s threat to demonstrate outside the Parliament on Sept 26 may have little to do with the Chinese education cause and everything to do with the personal agenda of its president Yap Sin Tian.

    ONE of the most controversial figures to ever lead Dong Zong, Yap Sin Tian, is on a collision course with Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong.

    Yap, known for his contentious nature, is taking his disagreements with Dr Wee to Parliament, so to speak.

    He is organising a rally in front of the Parliament on Sept 26 to demand the resignation of Dr Wee on the grounds that the deputy minister has failed to settle Chinese education issues.

    He is also hoping that the Parliament protest will be a repeat of the huge rally in Kajang earlier this year to protest the shortage of Chinese teachers. Yap had used the occasion to humiliate Dr Wee who attended the event.

    But Chinese education activists are wary about Yap’s motives this time around. It is quite clear by now that Yap’s issues with Dr Wee have more to do with his personal ambitions than the cause of Chinese education.

    Everyone knows that Yap, who is desperate for another term as Dong Zong president, may not be able to do so because of a technical clause and he is blaming Dr Wee for that.

    Moreover, they think that Yap has gone overboard in demanding Dr Wee’s resignation.

    “Some people agree with Yap but others say that it is unreasonable to ask Dr wee to resign. They think that Dr Wee is sincere about the Chinese education cause and he is trying his level best,” said Tang Ah Chai, CEO of the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.

    The Chinese educationists are also unhappy that Yap has equated his Dong Zong position with the future of Chinese education.

    He is said to have portrayed his problems with Dr Wee as a “life and death struggle” for Chinese schools in Malaysia.

    “That is too much for us to swallow. Chinese schools will go on with or without him,” said a retired headmaster.

    Dong Zong, the national body for the boards of governors of Chinese schools and its sister organisation Jiao Zong, which represents the Chinese school teachers, used to be a very powerful force under the umbrella body of Dong Jiao Zong.

    But Dong Zong’s image has suffered under Yap, whom Chinese NGOs view as a polarising figure and difficult to work with.

    Yap’s reputation languished after his very public and acrimonious feud with the academic staff at the New Era College (NEC), the flagship college run by Dong Zong, which resulted in the ousting of the NEC principal Dr Kua Kia Soong.

    The dispute caused divisions in the Chinese school movement and has yet to heal. But Yap’s biggest humiliation was when a student marched up to him during the NEC graduation ceremony and gave him a bloody nose in front of a packed hall three years ago.

    Earlier this year, there was a lot of adverse publicity about the string of degrees and PhDs that he claimed to have. He did not respond and the matter died down.

    However, the Chinese language papers, which give him a lot of coverage, have stopped referring to him as “Dr Yap” and that says a lot.

    Yap was eyeing a fourth term as Dong Zong president and that was how his problem with the Education Ministry started.

    Anyone vying for a seat in the Dong Zong leadership must be on the board of a Chinese school.

    Each school board has to comprise three members each from the five main bodies associated with the school, namely, the parent-teacher body (PIBG), alumni, trustees, sponsors and the government.

    The list of board members has to be approved by the state education department.

    Yap used to be the board chairman of SJKC Jinjang Utara but he quarrelled with the PIBG and the school alumni over almost everything from the running of the school canteen to what to do after the school was hit by flash floods.

    Things grew so dire that the PIBG and alumni refused to have anything to do with him and, earlier this year, they formed their own 15-member board of directors.

    Yap then came up with a rival list of board members but could not fill the remaining six slots with PIBG and alumni members who had boycotted him.

    Both lists were submitted to the state education department, which accepted the full list instead of Yap’s incomplete list.

    Yap was furious and placed the blame on Dr Wee.

    He evidently felt that Dr Wee should have made an exception for him.

    Unless Yap is able to parachute into another school board elsewhere, he will be out in the cold when his term as Dong Zong president expires next year.

    Many think that this is basically what the rally on Sept 26 is all about – it is Yap’s personal vendetta against Dr Wee.

    They are concerned that Yap is exploiting the Chinese education cause in such a brazen manner.

    They think that it is wrong but seem powerless to stop him.

    “This is a tragedy for the Chinese education cause. He said he is doing this to save Chinese education but it is actually to save himself.

    “He is using us to bring down Wee Ka Siong and it is not right. I don’t think he is fit to be president,” said the retired headmaster.

    Even Jiao Zong has refused to have much to do with him.

    For instance, although Jiao Zong sent representatives to the March rally in Kajang, they refused to co-organise it with Dong Zong.

    Yap is not without his support in the movement and the Chinese politicians in DAP and PKR are standing behind him.

    But some Chinese activists are reluctant about being dragged into what they regard as Yap’s personal agenda.

    They admit that Yap is committed to Chinese education but his combative nature, his inability to work with others and his overwhelming ambition has made him too controversial for the good of the Chinese education cause.

    • The above is an article from star newspaper.
      I cut and paste on this web for the benefits of those who have not read the article, which I find VERY beneficial for understand the issues.

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