Hong Kong education officials have agreed to temporarily relax rules requiring international schools to have at least 70 per cent non-local students, as operators struggle to meet the target with more expatriate families leaving the city amid the Covid-19 pandemic.The Education Bureau told the Post that the short-term arrangement, which would still require a majority of the student body to be non-locals, could facilitate international schools’ stable development and maintain the city’s status…



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