Election Committee Subsector Elections (Education)

Vote for Professionalism and Democracy!

Dec 11, 2016 (7:30am – 10:30pm)
Election Committee Subsector Elections (Education)

When voting, use the pen provided at the polling station to fill in the oval next to the name of each chosen candidate.

When we become election committee members, we shall vote for the chief executive candidate who will implement the following education and social policies.
> Platform on Education  & Social Issues

Please Vote for 30 candidates from PTU’s team En Bloc

No. Name Profiles
1 KWAN SHUK LING ELAINE HKPTU Executive Committee member; kindergarten Principal; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
2 CHEUNG YUI FAI HKPTU Vice President; Secondary School Vice-Principal; former Chairperson of Hong Kong Liberal Studies Teachers’ Association
3 LEE KA WANG HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
4 WONG HAK LIM HKPTU Senate Vice-Chairperson; retired secondary school Vice-Principal; former member of Education Commission
5 HO CHUN FUNG HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
7 LO WAI MING HKPTU Manager; registered teacher; committee member of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China
10 CHEUNG SIU CHUNG HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
12 FONG KING LOK HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher; former Vice-Chairperson of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
14 CHAN HAN YING EMILY HKPTU Executive Committee member; kindergarten teacher; Convenor of HKPTU Kindergarten Teachers Group
15 CHEUNG MAN KWONG Member of HKPTU Senate; former member of the Legislative Council (education constituency)
16 CHEUNG WONG HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
18 WONG MEI KEI HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
20 PUN TIN CHI HKPTU Senate Chairperson; retired primary school Principal; former Chairperson of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
21 KING CHI YU HKPTU Executive Committee member; special school teacher; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
23 CHEN YAN KAI HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
25 KAM SHAU WAN SANLY General Manager of child education and special education services; Chairman of the Council of Non-profit Making Organizations for Pre-primary Education
29 SHEE SHING CHUNG EDDIE HKPTU Executive Committee member; Teaching Consultant in English and Drama; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
30 FUNG PIK YEE HKPTU Vice-President; retired primary school Principal; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
33 TIN FONG CHAK HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher; Convenor of HKPTU YoungTAG
36 CHAN HON SUM Member of HKPTU Senate; Education Consultant; columnist; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
37 LAI CHI KEONG JOSEPH HKPTU honorary member; Retired primary school teacher; former member of Urban Council; member of District Council
41 HO CHI WAI HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
43 LEE WAI KAI ERIC HKPTU Executive Committee member; retired secondary school teacher; member of Hong Kong Teachers Centre Advisory Management Committee
44 FUNG TAK WAH Senior Mathematics teacher; representative of a founding member of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China; former member of Council on Professional Conduct in Education
47 TSANG SUI MING Secondary school teacher; Philosophy teacher; writer
48 CHAN HEI TUNG HKPTU Executive Committee member; secondary school teacher
49 MAN HO YIN HKPTU Executive Committee member; tertiary institution instructor; Vice-Convenor of HKPTU YoungTAG
50 MOK LOI YAN HKPTU Executive Committee member; tutor of early childhood education; Vice-Convenor of HKPTU Kindergarten Teachers Group
52 CHING CHEUNG YING Member of HKPTU Senate; secondary school teacher; member of District Council
56 LAM SEUNG WAN Member of HKPTU Senate; retired primary school Principal; Honorary Chairman of Hong Kong Aided Primary School Heads Association

Platform on Education:

1. Safeguard the professional autonomy of teachers. Resist political intervention. Monitor the revision of the education policy. Protect the rights of teachers. Fight for the setting up of the General Teaching Council.

2. Stop killing schools. Push for the small class education of secondary schools. Perfect the planning of study quotas for universities, secondary schools, primary schools and kindergartens.

3. Improve the ratio between classes and teachers. Decrease the sessions of teaching. Set up the standard work hours in order to destress teachers. Increase permanent positions for secondary and primary schools. Resolve the difficult entrance of young teachers. Halt the trend of contractual hirings. Expand the ratio of degree-holding teachers. Realize experience-salary equivalence.

4. Implement free early childhood education with quality. Oppose to the one-off fund allocation. Fight for the salary scale with various categorizations of kindergarten teachers and subsidization for the whole-day class.

5. Strengthen the counselling service to students. Evaluate comprehensively the integrated education. Increase resources to students with special needs. Perfect the ancillary facility for special schools.

6. Expand subsidized study quotas for colleges. Monitor the curriculum quality of self-financed programs. Hasten and police the new syllabus evaluation of middle schools. Open up alternatives to students.

Platform on Social Issues:

7. Oppose CY Leung to continue the second term of the Chief Executive. Oppose to the 831 framework. Demand for restarting political reforms. Push for universal suffrage for both the Chief Executive and the Legislative Council. Safeguard human rights, freedom and the rule of law. Oppose to the brainwashing style of national education. Demand for the vindication of the 1989 Tiananmen Student Movement.

8. Increase the supply of lands. Build adequate apartments for the home ownership scheme, so that middle class families and their children can settle down with a stable living place.

9. Increase personal salary tax break to HK$135,000. Add tax breaks on teachers’ pension by up to HK$20,000 and further education per head by up to HK$100,000 in order to lighten the burden of the middle class.

10. Concern about the welfare of retired teachers, including subsidies on medicines. Strengthen medical protections for the elderly and chronically ill patients.