The Ombudsman is investigating the government funding of two Beijing-loyalist centres that published textbooks for the national education course starting next month and sent them to schools....
The government's move to compel national education is proving to be quite an education in itself.
Many of Hong Kong's liberal studies teachers find the use of torture acceptable in police investigations and believe social stability should come before individual liberties, according to a survey...
Some 1,200 students and parents protested yesterday against the Education Bureau's plan to stop funding Form Four classes in some schools next year.
A handful of secondary schools tipped for closure have been given a temporary reprieve while the government looks for ways to avoid shutting them down.
Lonely teenagers looking for love and sympathy may find it in the books written by Quenby, who was recently voted the favourite writer of local secondary school students.
Education groups still worried over government's refusal to rule out school closures and introduce smaller classes
Education bodies have criticised measures proposed by the education...
Government proposal is greeted with disdain by legislators who want smaller class sizes amid falling student numbers
Teachers from more than 200 schools are to march to government offices tomorrow to demand smaller classes across the board within five years.
Secondary schools have given a government campaign aimed at teaching students not to buy pirated music, films, software and fake consumer goods the cold shoulder.
More than 100 surplus teachers took part in a 12-hour sit-in in Statue Square, Central, yesterday to air their frustrations at being forced to leave the profession.
Staff who were made redundant due to a cut in classes fear schools will see them as damaged goods