PUTRAJAYA, The revised Road Safety Education module (PKJR) for national-level primary schools has been launched today to shape community to be sensitive and cautious on the road starting from the school, said Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.
He said PKJR was implemented in 2007 and the modules were reviewed by the Road Safety Department Malaysia (JKJR) under the Ministry of Transport in 2016. It involves teachers and the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (Miros).
He said the primary school PKJR revised module was in line with the primary school curriculum standard and would be taught in all primary schools through the teaching and learning (PdP) of Bahasa Melayu for at least two hours a month, starting in January this year.
Source: BERNAMA News Agency