More financial and community support is on the way for students from disadvantaged households. Second Minister for Education Indranee Rajah told Parliament that this will contribute to social mobility. From April 2020, lower-income students on the MOE Financial Assistance Scheme will receive $15 in public transport subsidies each month. Secondary school students will also have more money for meals, while pre-university students will get a larger bursary. Beyond financial support, MOE has also expanded after-school services to provide a structured environment where disadvantaged students can thrive. All 185 primary schools now have a student care centre, with total enrollment at about 27,000.