Amid the ongoing debate regarding pupils and students alike having to continue
their home-based learning due to the Movement Control Order, actress Nabila
Huda recently took to social media to express her frustration over some
schools that still charge the full tuition fee.

The actress revealed her
thoughts on Instagram Story on 19 January, writing, “I think online classes
don’t work for our kids. I paid full payment and it’s not worth it at all. I
thought this year the school would be more tolerant by reducing the fee
because kids have to study online again, but it turns out that they are
selfish yet again!”

actress is aghast that her daughter’s school still demanded exorbitant fee

stated that she could not fathom why she had to pay RM18,000 per year for
online classes.

“I hate home school, but I had no choice. So Bert and I
decided that we should pay a teacher to come teach Keisha at home. Full
subjects. Does anybody know a home school teacher? Please DM me. It’s nearing
February, and I am getting worried at seeing my daughter not getting the
proper lessons since last year,” she added.

Prior to the home-based
learning debate, the Ministry of Education had announced that schools will be
open on 20 January, involving primary school pupils and high school students,
as well as students of Vocational Colleges. However, the plan had to be
postponed following the increase of Covid cases that prompted the government
to impose another lockdown this month.

worries about daughter Keisha’s studies

(Photo Source: Nabila Huda Instagram)