Non-Chinese-speaking pupils in government-funded schools have to work hard to catch up with their native-speaker peers. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong schools can help non-Chinese kids with a ‘small-step’ approach to language learning

  • Schools can exercise their professional judgment on the design and mode of internal assessments to cater for the diverse needs and abilities of pupils
Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong

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Non-Chinese-speaking pupils in government-funded schools have to work hard to catch up with their native-speaker peers. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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