Students walk to school in Kowloon Tong in November 2020. The changes to the curriculum that came into effect at the start of the current academic year were intended to make space for more diverse learning experiences. Photo: Winson Wong
Students walk to school in Kowloon Tong in November 2020. The changes to the curriculum that came into effect at the start of the current academic year were intended to make space for more diverse learning experiences. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Hong Kong schools should use renewed secondary curriculum to address students’ preferences

  • Readers discuss the new senior secondary curriculum, the benefits of China’s tutoring crackdown, and the shortcomings of English language classes in Hong Kong

Students walk to school in Kowloon Tong in November 2020. The changes to the curriculum that came into effect at the start of the current academic year were intended to make space for more diverse learning experiences. Photo: Winson Wong
Students walk to school in Kowloon Tong in November 2020. The changes to the curriculum that came into effect at the start of the current academic year were intended to make space for more diverse learning experiences. Photo: Winson Wong
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