The English Schools Foundation, the city’s largest international school operator, received more than HK$71 million under the government’s coronavirus wage subsidies plan. Photo: May Tse The English Schools Foundation, the city’s largest international school operator, received more than HK$71 million under the government’s coronavirus wage subsidies plan. Photo: May Tse
The English Schools Foundation, the city’s largest international school operator, received more than HK$71 million under the government’s coronavirus wage subsidies plan. Photo: May Tse

HK$180 million in subsidies help Hong Kong international schools save jobs during pandemic, but parents appeal for fee discounts

  • With many schools still charging full fees, financially strapped parents say they need help too
  • Biggest subsidy recipient was the English Schools Foundation, which got HK$71 million for 2,954 employees

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The English Schools Foundation, the city’s largest international school operator, received more than HK$71 million under the government’s coronavirus wage subsidies plan. Photo: May Tse The English Schools Foundation, the city’s largest international school operator, received more than HK$71 million under the government’s coronavirus wage subsidies plan. Photo: May Tse
The English Schools Foundation, the city’s largest international school operator, received more than HK$71 million under the government’s coronavirus wage subsidies plan. Photo: May Tse
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