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  1. Public schools must be publicly accountable

    Posted Nov 24th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... reform. But it is difficult to see how they could have done more to pacify opponents. Under the reform, all publicly funded schools are required to set up a statutory board, 40 per cent of whose ... is aimed at raising the transparency of schools' management as they are given greater discretion to manage public funds. That it has emerged as a concern in post-colonial Hong Kong has to do ...

  2. School needs help with public service mission

    Posted Dec 09th 2006, 12:00am by Elizabeth Horscroft

    ... Elizabeth Horscroft A local school committed to community integration is looking for an experienced public relations professional with a strong interest in serving society. Heather Xie, ... and community in a 'service learning' initiative. ICS is looking for a public relations and marketing officer to take responsibility for the school's public relations strategies, budget ...

  3. Increasing Chinese students opt to go public Down Under

    Posted May 27th 2006, 12:00am by Geoffrey Maslen

    ... with mainland China making up the majority. While 60 per cent of overseas students in Australia attend private boarding schools, public-sector schools such as Northcote are now vigorously competing ... not including staff salaries. However, those students contribute more than A$1 million in fees, leaving the schools with a tidy surplus. Students wanting to enrol in Victorian public-sector schools must ...

  4. Military school denies HK girls were groped

    Posted Apr 21st 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Staff Reporters A military school in Guangzhou yesterday denied allegations one of its instructors had indecently assaulted five Hong Kong schoolgirls at a four-day training camp. A Public ... the incident, the military school was asked to report the assault to the Public Security Bureau. The Education and Manpower Bureau said yesterday that Wan Ying College had alerted it to the incident ...

  5. Schools for migrant children closed

    Posted Jul 13th 2006, 12:00am by Josephine Ma

    ... But educators doubt whether the district's public schools can absorb the estimated 15,000 children affected, and suggest pupils may have to drop out of the education system or return to their home ... 'If the government could really make sure that all these children could go to public schools then that would be a relief to us,' he said. Like the principals of most of the early migrant ...

  6. Public broadcaster must reflect public view: poll

    Posted Jun 02nd 2006, 12:00am by Ambrose Leung

    ... is to reflect public opinion independently from the government,' Mr Wong said. But Clement So York-kee, a director of Chinese University's journalism school, said almost half the respondents ... Ambrose Leung Nearly nine in 10 people surveyed said the role of a public broadcaster should be to 'reflect public opinion', while 63.8 per cent were satisfied with RTHK's ...

  7. Question of the week: Should schools install CCTV?

    Posted Mar 13th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Emily Law Hoi-tung, 17 SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School No, as it would rob students of their privacy. Do you want to be watched while sharing a joke or eating a sandwich? Absolutely not! School is a place for learning- it's not a prison where your every move is monitored. Secondly, CCTV discourages self-discipline as students behave themselves for fear of being ...

  8. A liberal look at public broadcasting

    Posted Jul 11th 2006, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ..., Methodist College, La Salle College, and Heep Yunn School- took part in a role-playing game to discuss one of the city's hot topics, the review of public service broadcasting. Each school ... of Citizens' Radio praised the students for their understanding and points of view towards public service broadcasting. Meanwhile, Heep Yunn School, representing a concern group on public service ...

  9. Are tutorial schools better than regular schools?

    Posted Nov 22nd 2006, 12:00am by Phoenix Lee, Wong Hei

    ... tutorial schools play a crucial role. They help students equip themselves with essential skills to cope with public exams. We all know that regular schools provide a whole-person education which ... waste their time. They concentrate on things related to public examinations, such as intensive exercises and past papers. The learning efficiency is much higher in tutorial schools because ...

  10. Safety net for 2,000 forsaken students

    Posted Mar 18th 2006, 12:00am by Geoffrey Maslen

    ... Both were owned by foreign companies, the Computer Institute by a Singapore-based consortium called Easycall and Stott's by a New Zealand public college, the NZ Open Polytechnic. ACPET ...




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