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Moral and National Education

 

Moral and National Education

 

- Important News

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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8.10.2012Curriculum 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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21.9.2012EDB 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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- Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject

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  • 27.9.2012Remarks by Chairperson of Committee at a media session

  • 8.10.2012Press statement by Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject

    The following is issued on behalf of the Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject:

    The Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject issued the following statement after its meeting today (October 8):

    First and foremost, it is the unanimous view of the Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject that moral, nationaland civic education is an important facet of school education, and that whole-person development should include knowledge about one's country, understanding of one's national identity and awareness of such core values as inclusiveness and diversity in the wider society. Therefore, it is only natural that students be taught moral, national and civic education.

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8.10.2012Remarks 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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- FAQ/Q&A

1.
Q(IV)-4. How should schools handle the “Moral and National Education Support Grant (formerly known as the Moral and National Education Subject Support Grant)” of $530,000 that was disbursed in August?
2.
Q(I)-6. According to the Moral and National Education Curriculum Guide, are students required to shed tears whenever they watch the raising of the national flag, and is assessment based on whether students shed tears?
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Q(I)-5. Why is the Moral and National Education subject guided by “affection”?Will this amount to brain-washing students from a young age?
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Q(III)-6. How will the Moral and National Education (MNE) subject be implemented?
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Q(III)-7. Does the government have a schedule for the implementation of the MNE subject?
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Q(IV)-3. What is the role of the “Committee on the Initiation of Moral and National Education Subject”?