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Twelve private schools close because of bad haze

PUTRAJAYA (Sept 17): According to a Ministry of Education media release today, 12 private schools have closed because of the haze, affecting lessons for some 7,432 pupils.

In Selangor, Tenby International School Setia Ecohill (465 students), Tanarata International School (418), Cempaka Cheras (277), Straits International School (203), King Henry VIII College (480) and Eaton International School (59) have closed.

In Kuala Lumpur, Garden International School (1,982), Cempaka International School (1,005) and Sri Utama School (346) have closed.

In Putrajaya, school is out for International Modern Arabic School (1,500) and Nexus International School (625), as well as UCSI International School in Negeri Sembilan (72).

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