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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Derma Pembangunan?

I donated RM 50 to my school sometime during the middle of this year. It's something we, students of Keat Hwa II have to donate "willingly" every year. I put the word "willingly" in "..." because we, students are not given the freedom to give the donation or not.

Frankly, to me, I think we students should given that choice. It's unfair to make every student donate RM 50 to the school. I mean, it's okay to those well off kids, but how about those whoo are struggling to make ends meet? And those who are struggling to put food on the table? I thought education was supposed to be free already? I thought in the last Malaysian budget, education is now free?
The Pondok (which is now completed)
To me, I have not much complaints about donating to the school, as long I've seen the school authorities doing something with the money to improve the studying environment for us students. If there is nothing being done, then I might wonder where is all the cash going to. In my past 4 years in school (close to 5 now), a mini gym has been built beside the gym, new plants have been planted at the tapak perhimpunan, the school's canteen has been widened, a new pondok (just completed recently), and now they are being something in front the school main office. My school has changed a lot in these past 4 years of mine in this school.
My School...
I'm glad I got a place here, although I would have much prefered to study in Keat Hwa... Oh well...

1 comment:

Xuelin said...

Oh well...I wouldn't exchange these five years in Keat Hwa 2 for five years in Keat Hwa...