A coach with autistic children at a primary school in Hong Kong. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted educational and therapy services for students with special needs. Photo: Jonathan Wong A coach with autistic children at a primary school in Hong Kong. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted educational and therapy services for students with special needs. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A coach with autistic children at a primary school in Hong Kong. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted educational and therapy services for students with special needs. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Letters | Restore faith in Hong Kong with better care for the disadvantaged

  • Students living in relative poverty miss out on the privileges enjoyed by their better-off peers. This widens the learning gap and fuels discontent. Households including children with special needs face an extra set of challenges

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A coach with autistic children at a primary school in Hong Kong. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted educational and therapy services for students with special needs. Photo: Jonathan Wong A coach with autistic children at a primary school in Hong Kong. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted educational and therapy services for students with special needs. Photo: Jonathan Wong
A coach with autistic children at a primary school in Hong Kong. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted educational and therapy services for students with special needs. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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