I could be wrong but as far as I am aware, MOE has not given special permission to anyone. And IMHO, based on what I have seen in the home schooling materials, it is unlikely that approval will be given.
Originally Posted by makeupgirl
According to the MOE website,
Compulsory education at the primary level is a law that requires parents, as citizens of Malaysia and residing in Malaysia, to register their children at primary schools upon reaching the age of six years. The duration of compulsory education is the same as primary education, that is, six years.
Compulsory education was implemented at the beginning of the school year of 2003 with Year 1 pupils. This policy is aimed at educating parents and society and ensuring that primary education is given to every child. Failure to do so is an offence against the law. If found guilty, parents can be fined not more than RM5000 or jailed not more than 6 months, or both.
Some people are just average, others are just mean.