Hong Kong’s largest provider of English-medium international education will freeze fees for its 22 schools in the upcoming academic year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the first time it has done so in a decade.The English Schools Foundation (ESF) said in a letter to parents on Monday that its board had made the decision in light of the anxiety and financial burden some families faced amid class suspensions and an economic slowdown.CEO Belinda Greer said the city had faced challenges including…