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Terengganu To Continue With 'Honeymoon' Programme To Address Students' Indiscipline

State Education, Higher Education, Science, Technology and Human Resource Committee Chairman Datuk Ahmad Razif Abd. Rahman said programme, implemented since 2010, would be carried out following its success in rehabilitating problematic students.

Students who went through this programme were found to be more discipline and focus on their studies, he added. [...]

"It is like a honeymoon to forge closer relations between the parents and their problematic children."
This approach is interesting - problematic students get 'rewarded' with 'honeymoon' with their parents at hotel for three days.