After a first day of boycotts and heavy rain, a much criticised competence assessment for Hong Kong students took a dramatic turn with parents burning what were believed to be exam papers outside a school.
The Education Bureau described the act, which resulted in the arrival of five fire engines, as misconduct and a danger to safety.
Primary Three students from 500 local schools on Wednesday took the written component of the Basic Competency Assessment (BCA), which covers English and…
June 15, 2017 at 05:30AM http://ift.tt/2sqxnSG
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