Hong Kong schools were forced to cut more than 40 Form One classes this academic year, according to official figures. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong schools were forced to cut more than 40 Form One classes this academic year, according to official figures. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong schools cut more than 40 Form One classes amid student population drop, renewing calls to open enrolment to pupils in mainland China, Southeast Asian countries

  • Reduction in classes for 2022-23 academic year marks 20 per cent increase compared with the previous one
  • ‘The [Education Bureau] should seriously consider opening up our schools to other regions,’ Tang Fei, secondary school principal and lawmaker, says

Hong Kong schools were forced to cut more than 40 Form One classes this academic year, according to official figures. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong schools were forced to cut more than 40 Form One classes this academic year, according to official figures. Photo: May Tse
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