Thailand will pay US$110 million (HK$853 million) to two firms to supply 1.2 million tablet computers to schools across the country, the Education Ministry announced on Friday, awarding the tender...
A teachers' union yesterday described as 'absurd' the fact that nearly all teachers in primary schools had degrees but almost half of them were paid the lower salaries of non-degree teachers and...
Small schools with small classes create a learning environment that improves the interpersonal relationships between students and teachers, according to a Hong Kong Institute of Education study...
The chief executive on Tuesday sat down with members of various education groups who were wondering - among other things - if the government could increase spending on schools.
The Education Commission working group has developed a new means of moderating the varying standards of primary schools to replace the defunct Academic Aptitude Test.
The results of the Certificate of Education Examination are due to be announced on Wednesday, when 127,600 candidates will learn how they have scored in the exam.
The Education Commission has agreed to scrap the 22-year-old Academic Aptitude Test and may bring in the new school allocation system next year instead of 2005.
Many schools have received a lot of money from the Government, so that they can buy computers and develop IT education facilities.
Article 137 of the Basic Law says: 'Educational institutions of all kinds may retain their autonomy and enjoy academic freedom.' Does this autonomy include the choice of medium of teaching?
I would like to highlight an apparent contradiction in the Government's policy on primary school class sizes.