Hong Kong’s private, international schools told to justify extra charges squib

Hong Kong’s international and private schools will have to justify all extra charges they impose on students and address the concerns of parents by next month, as part of new requirements set by the Education Bureau.The bureau will look closely at how much parents are asked to pay at the schools, and for what reasons, following criticism by the city’s ombudsman.The city has about 160 private schools, including more than 50 international schools. Until now, they only needed to seek the bureau’s…
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