Huge amounts of homework, an emphasis on academic results as the sole marker of success, frequent tests and imposed extracurricular activities leave students in Hong Kong under tremendous stress. Photo: Shutterstock Huge amounts of homework, an emphasis on academic results as the sole marker of success, frequent tests and imposed extracurricular activities leave students in Hong Kong under tremendous stress. Photo: Shutterstock
Huge amounts of homework, an emphasis on academic results as the sole marker of success, frequent tests and imposed extracurricular activities leave students in Hong Kong under tremendous stress. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Is the Hong Kong school system pushing children over the edge?

  • Children in my generation have lost their childhood too early
  • We need a revolution in our education system before more lives are lost

Topic |   Education
Huge amounts of homework, an emphasis on academic results as the sole marker of success, frequent tests and imposed extracurricular activities leave students in Hong Kong under tremendous stress. Photo: Shutterstock Huge amounts of homework, an emphasis on academic results as the sole marker of success, frequent tests and imposed extracurricular activities leave students in Hong Kong under tremendous stress. Photo: Shutterstock
Huge amounts of homework, an emphasis on academic results as the sole marker of success, frequent tests and imposed extracurricular activities leave students in Hong Kong under tremendous stress. Photo: Shutterstock
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