A student of Think International School in Kowloon Tong enters the Boundary Street campus on November 15. The facility will now have to cope with about 170 extra students from Tsung Tsin Think Academy after the Education Bureau shut down the academy due to its failure to properly register its name. Photo: Nora Tam

Education Bureau must reflect on how it failed parents and children in its handling of Think International

  • The sudden suspension of classes at the school is not in line with the Education Bureau’s promise of creating a stable and caring learning environment
  • The bureau must review whether it could have minimised the impact to students, parents and teachers
Topic |   Hong Kong schools

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A student of Think International School in Kowloon Tong enters the Boundary Street campus on November 15. The facility will now have to cope with about 170 extra students from Tsung Tsin Think Academy after the Education Bureau shut down the academy due to its failure to properly register its name. Photo: Nora Tam
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