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Education Bureau finds ‘inadequacies’ in development of history exams for Hong Kong secondary school students



A government task force investigating the development of this year’s history exams for secondary school students has concluded that a Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) officer did not do his job properly.In a report on Thursday, the Education Bureau concluded there were lapses in maintaining a high standard of question-setting for exam papers, laying the problems at the feet of one staff member in particular, whom it did not name.“An HKEAA officer did not comply with some…



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