Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa yesterday said there should be more training for principals and teachers to boost the territory's quality of education. Addressing the graduation ceremony of Pui Kiu Middle School, Mr Tung said training for education professionals, including on the job training, had to be strengthened to raise standards. He said this would involve some adjustments in the education system. Mr Tung also said Hong Kong should do away with 'floating classes' in secondary schools and extend full-day schooling to all primary schools as soon as possible. Courses on information technology should also be strengthened, he said. He pledged to commit more resources to education. Mr Tung appointed a member of his executive council, Antony Leung Kam-chung, to look into the territory's education policy. Mr Leung is expected to report before the end of this month.