Subsidised Hong Kong schools eligible for up to HK$300,000 in new government funding to boost national education

Some 1,700 Hong Kong schools are eligible for up to HK$300,000 (US$38,000) each in government funding to strengthen their national education curriculums, with some principals suggesting the money could be spent on teacher training seminars, and even taking students to see patriotic war films.In a circular to schools on Monday evening, the Education Bureau announced that government-subsidised kindergartens, primary and secondary schools could apply for money from the Quality Education Fund to…

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