Hong Kong education chief insists schools have seen ‘no significant drop’ in pupil numbers although figures show 66 Primary One classes cut across city

//Hong Kong education chief insists schools have seen ‘no significant drop’ in pupil numbers although figures show 66 Primary One classes cut across city

Hong Kong education chief insists schools have seen ‘no significant drop’ in pupil numbers although figures show 66 Primary One classes cut across city

Hong Kong’s education minister has insisted there was “not a significant drop” in the number of pupils enrolled in primary schools, although official figures show more than 60 classes have been cut citywide amid a wave of emigration over the past year.But Kevin Yeung Yun-hung noted on Friday that more people, including many pupils, had been leaving the city with their families, and said the government would conduct its annual headcount of students by the middle of the month to assess any impact…

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