Thinking Outside the Box from The Perspective of a Malaysian School Administrator During A Pandemic as A New Educational Form

Nazeri Mohammad, Arshad Jais


The purpose of this study was to describe Out of the Box from Malaysian School Administrators’ Perspective During Pandemic. We did a literature review to explain this matter. We believe that this study can be used as a reference for the education perspective.


Malaysian school administrator’s perspective; New norms; Pandemic; The world of education

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