Education for Unity in Malaya
Ho Seng Ong
The author, writing this book after forty years experience as a teacher in Malaya, makes one of the earlier pleas for a single educational system for all races and religions in the country. He states that British did exceedingly little "to bridge the gap between races and classes," and then conducts a review of the history of education in the country and where it stands just before independence. The main part of the book is the result of his survey amongst educationalists with Malayan experience and, based on that, his solution to the problem. 209 page.with a bibliography and tables.
Weight 0.6 kg. Post free within Malaysia.
Published by Malayan Teachers' Union, Penang, 1952.
Condition: Very good. Hardcover with a good dust jacket. The dust jacket is frayed at the edges, but completely in tact and the corners of the cover are bumped. There are about five or six insect holes at the start of the book that fade out completely after the first forty pages. The binding is tight, the text is clear and there is mild tanning throughout.