Critically discuss the socio-economic trends as a determinant of the Malaysian education system
The size of the family would determine the demand for education. Demand for schooling is influenced by factors such as child labor demand, urban living standards, and the child's role in the family's economic well-being. Malaysia's government has spent a significant amount of money on education. In comparison to Singapore and Thailand, Malaysian government expenditure on education as a proportion of GDP was the highest, according to the UNESCO Institute of Education Statistics.
The education level in Malaysia has the greatest impact on economic growth by examining the impacts of various education levels on economic growth. By focusing on the education level that has the most impact on economic growth, the government is more efficient and effective with its education spending. It contributes to Malaysia's economic growth and allows the country to remain competitive while also achieving the goal of becoming an international education centre in the future.