Early exit rates reflect the number of students leaving during the course of the academic year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Early exit rates reflect the number of students leaving during the course of the academic year. Photo: Dickson Lee

Student departures during academic year ease at some elite Hong Kong schools, but 10 per cent rate persists amid ongoing emigration wave

  • Eight prominent subsidised schools reviewed by the Post saw record-high exit rates over the past three academic years
  • ‘Most of the parents eager to emigrate may have already left’, according to Dion Chen, chairman of Hong Kong Direct Subsidy Scheme Schools Council

Early exit rates reflect the number of students leaving during the course of the academic year. Photo: Dickson Lee
Early exit rates reflect the number of students leaving during the course of the academic year. Photo: Dickson Lee
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