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Event recap: The Hong Kong Direct Subsidy Scheme School Expo
November 23, 2016
The Hong Kong Direct Subsidy School Expo (HKDSSSC), which took place on November 19th at The Cordis Hotel, was the biggest gathering of Hong Kong’s...
Back to school offers make Kumon an even smarter choice
August 18, 2017
The world famous Kumon Method of Learning offers an approach to education that is tailor-made for each child. For more than half a century, Kumon has...
SDM-Chatsworth International Kindergarten integrates the performance arts with traditional education
August 18, 2017
Education is not the filling of a pot but the lighting of a fire, so it’s as important for a child to develop an outgoing personality as to become a...
How closely related are the twin deficits?
August 14, 2017
The United States may have twin deficits, but they are hardly identical. The fiscal deficit is the difference between what the federal government...
Lessons to be learned from school with ‘shadow’ students
August 11, 2017
The principal of Hing Tak School in Tuen Mun has been accused of inflating the number of registered pupils to support claims for government funding;...
Don’t blame liberal studies curriculum for student activism
August 10, 2017
Surveys show that for most students it is just another subject that they try to get high marks in, and that is not likely to turn them into...
Smartphones should only be given to children responsibly
August 10, 2017
Hong Kong parents are increasingly turning to mobile devices to keep their children entertained, seemingly oblivious to the physical and mental risks...
Veteran educator defends Education Bureau’s handling of school with ‘permanently absent’ pupils
August 9, 2017
Lui Ki-cheung, one of eight board members appointed to help troubled Hing Tak School, calls bureau’s findings on matter 'very objective’. A veteran...
Why Asian Americans’ claim of Harvard admissions bias misses the point
August 9, 2017
Peter Gordon says their complaint that Asian Americans need higher grades to be admitted is right. However, universities do not exist for the sole...
National education can be a viable and useful programme for Hong Kong
August 9, 2017
As Chief Executive Carrie Lam has hinted, Hong Kong can incorporate its own unique national and international characteristics and outlook, producing...
Hong Kong school with permanently absent pupils investigated
August 9, 2017
Teachers allege principal inflating roster to keep government funding and stave off closure. Hong Kong police are investigating a primary school in...