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402 Schools In Malaysia Have Disciplinary And Drug Issues. Here's The Full List

Selangor is the state with the highest number of schools in the list.

Cover image via New Straits Times/Faiz Anuar

A recent news report has revealed the names of 402 schools across Malaysia with disciplinary and drug problems

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Image via New Straits Times/ Faiz Anuar

According to New Straits Times (NST), the list was presented by the Malaysian Education Ministry during a Committee on Students Disciplinary Problems meeting in June.

The news report stated that the list was given to them by anonymous sources, but it was verified by officials close to the committee that worked on preparing the list.

The schools in the list were divided into two categories, namely:

‌• Category 1 (discipline)
‌• Category 3 (discipline with drug issues)

Selangor is the state with the highest number of schools in the list, while Sabah is the only state that was not mentioned in the list.

Here are the lists of schools divided according to states and federal territories:

1. Perlis - Six schools under category 1 and four schools under category 3

2. Kedah - Seven schools under Category 1 and three schools under Category 3

3. Pulau Pinang - 29 schools under Category 1 and nine schools under Category 3

4. Perak - 23 schools under Category 1 and seven schools under Category 3

5. Selangor - 67 schools under Category 1 and nine schools under Category 3

6. Negeri Sembilan - 35 schools under Category 1 and five schools under Category 3

7. Melaka - 18 schools under Category 1 and three schools under Category 3

8. Johor - 62 schools under Category 1 and one school under Category 3

9. Pahang - 30 schools under Category 1 and seven schools under Category 3

10. Terengganu - Three schools under Category 1 and seven schools under Category 3

11. Kelantan - 19 schools under Category 1 and 12 schools under Category 3

12. Sarawak - Eight schools under Category 1 and one school under Category 3

13. Kuala Lumpur - 22 schools under Category 3

14. Putrajaya - Two schools under Category 1

15. Labuan - Two schools under Category 1

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