COMPARISON BETWEEN MALAYSIA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM
There are many policy changes that had been executed in the field of education. Here there are some comparison of particular policy changes that had been done in the past few years in the United Kingdom (UK) and Malaysia. In Malaysia there was a policy change in education which was about the teaching and learning of Mathematics and Science in English or PPSMI (Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran Sains dan Matematik Dalam Bahasa Inggeris).  In the United Kingdom (UK) there was a policy change done which is the change to grant system in England and Northern Ireland. 
The PPSMI is a government strategy that was intended at improving the command of the English language among students in primary and secondary schools in Malaysia. According to this strategy, the Science and Mathematics subjects are trained in the English medium as differing to the Malay medium which was used before. While the about the grant system policy in England and Northern Ireland, the Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills, had done a number of minor changes to the English and Northern Irish system.  PPSMI has been the subject of debate among academics, politicians and the community  . This brings us to the declaration of the policy's turnaround in 2012 by the Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin. On the other hand, in the policy change of the United Kingdom there are conservatives that once strongly opposed to the tuition fees, as were their Lib-Dem partners. While the Conservatives have not stated willingness to reverse the Labour Party’s introduction of the increased fees, the Liberal manifesto proposed to put the tuition fees to an end for both full-time and part-time students over a six-month period.
As usual the government is trying to do the right thing but getting itself in a twist. Once again this is a top-down policy and schools and pupils are being told what's best for them. To do this there must be an army of bureaucrats and they have defined the curriculum in the best bureaucratic tradition.
For instance, we look at the curriculum guidance for level one of the creative and media diploma.  Nothing is specifically wrong with the intentions and, I'm sure every potential factor has been covered. However, it’s pretty certain that the poor 14 year olds for whom this course has been designed will not be encouraged by so – called inspiring phrases provided.