3Novices:Lessons to be learned from school with ‘shadow’ students

A badly managed school is not usually a big news story. But the way Hing Tak School, a primary school in Tuen Mun, has become so dysfunctional it would have been almost comical but for the terrible effects it may have had on the well-being of its young pupils.
What is worse is that for a government-subsidised school, the Education Bureau has known about its problems for some time, yet little was done about it other than sending a troubleshooter to smooth things over two months ago.
But clearly…
August 10, 2017 at 10:07PM
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