Kindergarten principals agree physical classes should remain suspended for now but are calling for a fresh round of subsidies. Photo: Nora TamKindergarten principals agree physical classes should remain suspended for now but are calling for a fresh round of subsidies. Photo: Nora Tam
Kindergarten principals agree physical classes should remain suspended for now but are calling for a fresh round of subsidies. Photo: Nora Tam

Nearly 40 per cent of Hong Kong kindergartens at risk of closing unless government offers more aid, poll finds

  • Schools for younger students say they are forced to dip into reserves to help struggling parents cover tuition fees and stay afloat
  • Teacher lay-offs could be next unless the government steps up with another round of subsidies

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Kindergarten principals agree physical classes should remain suspended for now but are calling for a fresh round of subsidies. Photo: Nora TamKindergarten principals agree physical classes should remain suspended for now but are calling for a fresh round of subsidies. Photo: Nora Tam
Kindergarten principals agree physical classes should remain suspended for now but are calling for a fresh round of subsidies. Photo: Nora Tam
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