Hong Kong pupils set to benefit from new measure sparing schools hit with falling enrolment from subsidy cuts

Educators have welcomed a move to spare Hong Kong schools hit with falling enrolment from subsidy cuts, saying children may benefit from the better ratio of teachers to pupils due to smaller class sizes.

The measure announced by the Education Bureau on Tuesday should lead to more resources to help students, especially those in Primary Six who faced key exams that determined which secondary schools they would join, they said.

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