Hong Kong upped spending on Basic Law education at city’s schools to HK$2.2 million on back of anti-government protests in 2019

//Hong Kong upped spending on Basic Law education at city’s schools to HK$2.2 million on back of anti-government protests in 2019

Hong Kong upped spending on Basic Law education at city’s schools to HK$2.2 million on back of anti-government protests in 2019

Promoting Hong Kong’s mini-constitution at the city’s schools cost education authorities eight times more this year, while the government is to also increase its spending on helping pupils join trips to mainland China.Statistics provided by the Education Bureau to the Legislative Council on Wednesday showed authorities spent more than HK$2.2 million (US$283,000) on producing teaching resources for Basic Law education in the 2020-21 school year, up from HK$280,000 in 2019-20.Estimated spending…

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