Support our perspective that many administrative decisions have had a detrimental impact on CDNIS, our request for a public apology to the school community, and our call for open investigations into CDNIS governance by the EDB, IBO, and OME.
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The Student-Alumni Forum is an independent group of 176 students and alumni (as of June 26) from the Canadian International School of Hong Kong (CDNIS), established in June 2015. We aim to provide a safe, supportive environment where students and alumni can participate in active discussions about how we can effectively use our voice to enact positive change within the CDNIS community. Our primary objective is to elevate the voices and perspectives of students - the most important members of our educational community - in order to promote productive effective discourse and sustainable solutions. We do not claim to represent the opinions of the entire student body; we are merely a group concerned students and alumni hoping to express our concerns regarding CDNIS’ current administrative and governance issues.
Our open letters, written by members of ten classes, elucidate our current concerns and future hopes for the school. Through them, we aim to demonstrate that students’ critical thinking and awareness should be valued as a conduit to further understanding.
Ultimately, we hope that our efforts will help CDNIS reach its full potential as an educational institution that prioritizes the welfare of its stakeholders through the enhancement of both transparency and accountability.
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