Parents of pupils with special needs and lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front far left) gather on Monday to criticise the Education Bureau. Photo: Handout Parents of pupils with special needs and lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front far left) gather on Monday to criticise the Education Bureau. Photo: Handout
Parents of pupils with special needs and lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front far left) gather on Monday to criticise the Education Bureau. Photo: Handout
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Hong Kong parents of special needs pupils slam Education Bureau for lack of space, long bus rides and poor planning

  • Parents of 23 pupils living in Tsuen Wan and Kwai Tsing told there was no room for their children – meaning new schools and long daily trips
  • Spokeswoman says no new schools for special needs pupils had been built in the area since the 1980s

Topic |   Education
Parents of pupils with special needs and lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front far left) gather on Monday to criticise the Education Bureau. Photo: Handout Parents of pupils with special needs and lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front far left) gather on Monday to criticise the Education Bureau. Photo: Handout
Parents of pupils with special needs and lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front far left) gather on Monday to criticise the Education Bureau. Photo: Handout
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