Teacher asked to repay salary as University of Hong Kong degree not registered for primary school teaching

//Teacher asked to repay salary as University of Hong Kong degree not registered for primary school teaching

Teacher asked to repay salary as University of Hong Kong degree not registered for primary school teaching

A teacher employed at a government-subsidised primary school has been asked to repay HK$200,000 (US$25,800) in salary after authorities found the degree he had earned from the University of Hong Kong did not qualify him for the job.The teacher, who graduated with a double bachelor’s degree in education and social sciences last year and took up the job in February this year, was told months later that the HKU qualification was not registered under the primary teacher training programme. He was…

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