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8.10.2012

Transcript of remarks by Secretary for Education and Chairperson of Committee on Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject

Remarks on Moral and National Education Curriculum by the Secretary for Education, Mr Eddie Ng Hak-kim, and the Chairperson of the Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject, Ms Anna Wu, at a media session on 8 October 2012

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8.10.2012 Curriculum Guide of Moral and National Education subject formally shelved

The Government has accepted the recommendation of the Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject to formally shelve the Curriculum Guide of the Moral and National Education (MNE) subject.

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21.9.2012 EDB continues to support schools to enhance Moral and National Education

The Education Bureau (EDB) issued a circular memorandum to schools outlining the amendment to the policy on the "Moral and National Education" (MNE) Subject and its details on 21 September 2012.

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10.9.2012 EDB's statement on Moral and National Education subject

A spokesman for the Education Bureau (EDB) said today (September 10) that immediate actions would be taken to implement the change of policy announced by the Chief Executive last Saturday on the Moral and National Education (MNE) subject.

Under the new policy, school-sponsoring bodies and schools can exercise their discretion to decide whether to implement the MNE subject on the basis of their professional judgment, whether the subject should be introduced as an independent subject and, if so, determine the modes and schedule for its implementation. In other words, under the new policy, the so-called "deadline" for implementing the subject in three years does not exist.

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8.9.2012 Government's statement on MNE subject

A Government spokesman yesterday (September 8) said that the Government understood the community's recent concerns over the Moral and National Education (MNE) subject, and clearly knew the stance and worries of people holding different views. After considering various views, the Government decided to amend the policy on the MNE subject.

Under the amended policy, school-sponsoring bodies and schools could decide on their own whether to implement the MNE subject on the basis of their professional judgement, whether it should be launched as a standalone course and, if they chose to implement the subject, determine the format and timetable for its implementation.  In other words, under the new policy, the so-called "deadline" for implementing the subject in three years did not exist.

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22.8.2012 Committee on Implementation of Moral and National Education

The Education Bureau (EDB) announced today (August 22) the setting up of the Committee on the Implementation of Moral and National Education to allay public concern over the Moral and National Education Curriculum.

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30.4.2012 SED accepts Moral and National Education Curriculum Guide

The Secretary for Education, Mr Michael Suen, today (April 30) accepted the recommendations by the Curriculum Development Council (CDC) on the refined Curriculum Guide for the "Moral and National Education" (MNE) subject in primary and secondary schools.

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