Toilet fees panned

4th September 1998 at 01:00
MALAYSIA: A girls' secondary school on the island of Penang has been publicly rebuked by the ministry of education for charging its first and second year students to use the school toilets, writes Martin Spice. Many schools already expect students to clean toilets to save costs but the levy of a charge to pay maintenance costs provoked an outcry from parents.

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