Non-Chinese speaking students attend class at the Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O in January 2015. Photo: SCMP Non-Chinese speaking students attend class at the Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O in January 2015. Photo: SCMP
Non-Chinese speaking students attend class at the Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O in January 2015. Photo: SCMP

Letters | Hong Kong’s non-Chinese-speaking students need better support from the Education Bureau

  • Rather than just encouraging schools, the bureau should develop usage guidelines and outcome-tracking metrics for funding to support these students
  • There is also an urgent need to develop a curriculum for Chinese as a second language

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Non-Chinese speaking students attend class at the Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O in January 2015. Photo: SCMP Non-Chinese speaking students attend class at the Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O in January 2015. Photo: SCMP
Non-Chinese speaking students attend class at the Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O in January 2015. Photo: SCMP
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