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Following our earlier commentary suggesting taking precautionary measures for the influx of students born to parents who are both non-permanent residents of Hong Kong, Bauhinia this week examines the figures of both Type II babies and cross-boundary students to project the future demand for school places in Hong Kong. The article points out that the shortage of primary school places will also threaten secondary schools and other districts in future and urges the Government to plan and prepare for the possible challenges ahead.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.