Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education at Munsang College in Kowloon City in April. Photo: Handout Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education at Munsang College in Kowloon City in April. Photo: Handout
Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education at Munsang College in Kowloon City in April. Photo: Handout

Education Bureau finds ‘inadequacies’ in development of history exams for Hong Kong secondary school students

  • The Education Bureau concluded there were lapses in the quality assurance measures for the exams, with one unnamed staff member blamed
  • The inquiry follows a furore earlier this year over an exam question that asked whether Japan “did more good than harm” to China between 1900 and 1945

Topic |   Education
Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education at Munsang College in Kowloon City in April. Photo: Handout Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education at Munsang College in Kowloon City in April. Photo: Handout
Students sit for the Diploma of Secondary Education at Munsang College in Kowloon City in April. Photo: Handout
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