Young students are at an impressionable age and look up to their teachers for life guidance. Photo: Winson Wong Young students are at an impressionable age and look up to their teachers for life guidance. Photo: Winson Wong
Young students are at an impressionable age and look up to their teachers for life guidance. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Teachers have rights, but also a duty to keep political bias out of the classroom

  • Teachers have a moral duty to be objective and professional, not least because impressionable students are inclined to believe whatever they say

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Young students are at an impressionable age and look up to their teachers for life guidance. Photo: Winson Wong Young students are at an impressionable age and look up to their teachers for life guidance. Photo: Winson Wong
Young students are at an impressionable age and look up to their teachers for life guidance. Photo: Winson Wong
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