Two-thirds of Hong Kong secondary school students say English classes left them unprepared for future

//Two-thirds of Hong Kong secondary school students say English classes left them unprepared for future

Two-thirds of Hong Kong secondary school students say English classes left them unprepared for future

Some two-thirds of respondents in a recent survey of Hong Kong secondary school students said the English they learned in class was not enough to meet the demands of daily life, let alone advanced study or their desired careers.The survey results, released on Wednesday by the Hong Kong Education Policy Concern Organisation and the Women Teachers’ Organisation, also showed that nearly a third of the pupils believed speaking and writing were the two components they wished they had more training…

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