It was told on Monday by the Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, that the government was studying an e-education method named 'Frog System'. The system was already being practiced in several schools in the United Kingdom and was being studied with an objective of being implemented in Malaysia, if found suitable. According to Muhyiddin, the Education Minister, the method was quite effective and was expected to enhance learning and teaching.
He added that government is putting all its effort to ensure that the quality level of education in schools could be enhanced, especially relating to technology developments in ICT and that this enhancement can support the country to 'leap frog' further ahead. Muhyiddin, who is on a five-day official visit, was given a briefing about the system at Sunbury Manor School in Surrey. He added that the Technology Education Department was to study the suitability and the ways of implementing the same in Malaysia. He added that it would be implemented in Peninsular Malaysia initially before being expanded to Sabah and Sarawak.