Home-alone children learning English at a childcare centre in Sham Shui Po. The government’s move to improve childcare services is commendable, but its proposed measures won’t effectively facilitate child development. Photo: Edward Wong

Two reasons ‘improved’ childcare does not mean better childcare in Hong Kong

  • The government’s pledge to “improve” childcare services has undercut its achievement on pro-child policies. It must boost staffing ratios, for a start
Topic |   Carrie Lam policy address 2018

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Home-alone children learning English at a childcare centre in Sham Shui Po. The government’s move to improve childcare services is commendable, but its proposed measures won’t effectively facilitate child development. Photo: Edward Wong
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