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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...
Single women downplay career goals and salary expectations
August 21, 2017
Single women routinely ­downplay their career goals and subdue their assertiveness in hopes of better romantic opportunities, according to University...
Composition of Hong Kong school boards may be reviewed, education No 2 says
August 20, 2017
Christine Choi pledges to look into how to bring about balance of power between Education Bureau and schools in wake of controversy over Tuen Mun...
2017's HKDSE Geography exam tested students on their map interpretation skills
August 15, 2017
Teachers and students have said this year's DSE geography exam tested the ability of candidates to interpret maps. They also had to use geographical...
Change urged after union finds governance problems at more than 10 Hong Kong schools
August 15, 2017
Education Employees General Union points to bullying of teachers, the covering up of sexual harassment and unfair sackings. A teachers’ union has...
Why sharing power is critical to build future leaders
August 15, 2017
A personal sense of power stems from accumulating short episodes of power, not from a magic wand. Many studies on the psychology of hierarchy have...
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...
Hong Kong exam authority chief suggests trimming Chinese ‘paper of death’ to reduce student stress
August 11, 2017
Dr Tong Chong-sze argues that the oral and listening test components for the subject were not necessary, but notes idea should be further reviewed....
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...