Monday, May 4, 2015   

Govt urged to save school from closure
(02-13 18:23)

A concern group representing the children, parents and staff of an international school in Tin Hau staged a protest at Central Government Offices at Tamar on Thursday, demanding action from the Education Bureau to save the school from closure.
The International Montessori School caters for about 350 students at its Tin Hau campus which it has occupied since 2010.
But it has been unable to secure a renewal of its lease which expires in July. --RTHK   
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