Children do their homework in a subdivided flat in Tsuen Wan. Many children in Hong Kong lack access to a digital device for online learning, which has been the norm for most of 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Children do their homework in a subdivided flat in Tsuen Wan. Many children in Hong Kong lack access to a digital device for online learning, which has been the norm for most of 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Children do their homework in a subdivided flat in Tsuen Wan. Many children in Hong Kong lack access to a digital device for online learning, which has been the norm for most of 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Education

Letters | Covid-19 warning for Hong Kong schools on digital divide

  • The pandemic has highlighted troubling issues with resource access among students
  • Hong Kong cannot ignore the learning differences brought about by economic disparity, and must find ways to deepen and improve digital learning

Topic |   Education
Children do their homework in a subdivided flat in Tsuen Wan. Many children in Hong Kong lack access to a digital device for online learning, which has been the norm for most of 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Children do their homework in a subdivided flat in Tsuen Wan. Many children in Hong Kong lack access to a digital device for online learning, which has been the norm for most of 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Children do their homework in a subdivided flat in Tsuen Wan. Many children in Hong Kong lack access to a digital device for online learning, which has been the norm for most of 2020. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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