Authorities urged to cut class sizes, attract mainland Chinese pupils to ensure Hong Kong schools’ survival

//Authorities urged to cut class sizes, attract mainland Chinese pupils to ensure Hong Kong schools’ survival

Authorities urged to cut class sizes, attract mainland Chinese pupils to ensure Hong Kong schools’ survival

Educators have called on authorities to cut class sizes and attract more cross-border pupils to ensure Hong Kong schools’ survival, after a new government paper projected a substantial, “structural” decline in the student population in the years to come.The Education Bureau paper, set to be discussed in a Legislative Council panel meeting on Monday, reveals that the number of six-year-old pupils in the city will fall by 14.5 per cent – from 58,500 to 50,000 – between 2022 and 2029. The number…

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