More than 34,000 pupils will race around the city today fighting for the remaining Form Six places at public schools. Each place will be contested by more than nine pupils.Thursday, 5 August, 2010, 12:00am
For the more than 100,000 secondary school students, who sat for the HKCEE exams, today will be marked by nail-biting moments as they find out the results that will determine their futures.
But those who don't make the grades for university entry need not despair.4 Aug 2010 - 12:00am
A youth club has teamed with a mobile-phone company to help students who will be scrambling to find a school place after the HKCEE results are released next Wednesday.30 Jul 2010 - 12:00am
Secondary-only schools that offer vocation-oriented teaching are an unexpected casualty of the new academic system that extends free education from nine to 12 years.22 Jun 2010 - 12:00am
I refer to the report ('Ethnic minority pupils complain of discrimination in Primary One selection', June 2).
It clearly demonstrated how the government's practice in allotting Primary One places to designated schools discriminates against some parents of non-Chinese origin, specifically Pakistani parents in this case.12 Jun 2010 - 12:00am
Hong Kong has a thriving preschool sector with a wide range of kindergartens, whole-day nurseries, and playgroups offering many different approaches to early learning and care. Children are at their most impressionable during the preschool years, so the setting you choose will have a big impact on your child's language abilities, skills and personality.12 Jun 2010 - 12:00am
President Hu Jintao has called for more to be done to protect children as the nation grapples to deal with a rise in the number of violent cases involving them.2 Jun 2010 - 12:00am
Every parent wants the best possible education for their child. But in Hong Kong's vast educational landscape, the important decision of where to start kindergarten can be daunting.29 May 2010 - 12:00am
The kindergarten voucher scheme is providing no extra financial help to many of the families with children at whole-day nurseries that need it most, a survey shows.
In fact, while most parents - especially those with higher family incomes and education levels - do benefit from the scheme, the poll shows 11.5 per cent have ended up paying more for the whole-day nurseries.25 May 2010 - 12:00am
Secondary-only schools that offer vocation-oriented teaching to students who do not necessarily want to go to university are an unexpected casualty of the new academic system that extends free education from nine to 12 years.5 May 2010 - 12:00am