A secondary school student attends an online class with a smartphone at home on March 16, during the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters A secondary school student attends an online class with a smartphone at home on March 16, during the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
A secondary school student attends an online class with a smartphone at home on March 16, during the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters

Letters | As coronavirus sends Hong Kong schools online, don’t forget the kids with no laptop or Wi-fi

  • If the government is prepared to give so many people HK$10,000 each, why not spend on students from low-income households who don’t have computers or internet connections, and are falling behind in e-learning?

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A secondary school student attends an online class with a smartphone at home on March 16, during the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters A secondary school student attends an online class with a smartphone at home on March 16, during the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
A secondary school student attends an online class with a smartphone at home on March 16, during the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
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