Parents seek better English instruction in Hong Kong

05/23/2013 | Standard (Hong Kong), The

Some non-Chinese or expatriate parents in Hong Kong have expressed concerns over the level of English-language instruction available in some schools. Other schools known as Direct Subsidy Scheme schools, which are partially funded by parents, are reported to have higher-quality instruction, but enrolment in such schools is more competitive.

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