The administration of Donald Tsang Yam-kuen introduced small-class teaching in Hong Kong's primary schools several years ago, yet the current government seems to be resisting the same approach in...
The responses from the Hong Kong community to Financial Secretary John Tsang Chun-wah's budget have not been very positive. As an educator, I am also concerned about the resources the government...
Parents who send their children to an unconventional school that has just 11 pupils say the youngsters now return home less moody and more relaxed.
Passenger dies after collapsing on bus
A government offer to cut class sizes from the current average of 34 pupils to 31 was yesterday rejected by teachers, who say they are fighting for the stability of the education system.
No "excess" teachers will be laid off because of dropping pupil enrolments at secondary schools in the next few years, officials vowed yesterday.
With student enrolment expected to shrink for the next few years, the education chief eased hiring rules on Friday to safeguard teachers’ jobs in Hong Kong schools.
About 200 school principals protested outside the Legislative Council on Friday in an unprecedented show of unity in calling for smaller classes.
Hypocritical views on mainlanders
I find it somewhat shameful to see both Hong Kong Chinese and expatriates using the word "mainlander" in similar vein to the word "vermin".
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