Secondary school students wait in line to sit the Diploma of Secondary Education exam at their centre in Shek Kip Mei on April 28. Photo: Winson WongSecondary school students wait in line to sit the Diploma of Secondary Education exam at their centre in Shek Kip Mei on April 28. Photo: Winson Wong
Secondary school students wait in line to sit the Diploma of Secondary Education exam at their centre in Shek Kip Mei on April 28. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | How Hong Kong can make accounting count for secondary school students

  • Accounting and management should be separate subjects. Currently, the compulsory curriculum is too wide and incoherent while the elective curriculum lacks depth
  • The Education Bureau must better prepare accounting students for university
Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Secondary school students wait in line to sit the Diploma of Secondary Education exam at their centre in Shek Kip Mei on April 28. Photo: Winson WongSecondary school students wait in line to sit the Diploma of Secondary Education exam at their centre in Shek Kip Mei on April 28. Photo: Winson Wong
Secondary school students wait in line to sit the Diploma of Secondary Education exam at their centre in Shek Kip Mei on April 28. Photo: Winson Wong
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