An empty classroom at a secondary school in Wan Chai. Schooling in Hong Kong has been severely disrupted by successive waves of Covid-19 since early 2020, with teachers and students often having to rely solely on online lessons. Photo: Robert Ng An empty classroom at a secondary school in Wan Chai. Schooling in Hong Kong has been severely disrupted by successive waves of Covid-19 since early 2020, with teachers and students often having to rely solely on online lessons. Photo: Robert Ng
An empty classroom at a secondary school in Wan Chai. Schooling in Hong Kong has been severely disrupted by successive waves of Covid-19 since early 2020, with teachers and students often having to rely solely on online lessons. Photo: Robert Ng
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Letters | Online school during the coronavirus pandemic has its benefits – if students are disciplined

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An empty classroom at a secondary school in Wan Chai. Schooling in Hong Kong has been severely disrupted by successive waves of Covid-19 since early 2020, with teachers and students often having to rely solely on online lessons. Photo: Robert Ng An empty classroom at a secondary school in Wan Chai. Schooling in Hong Kong has been severely disrupted by successive waves of Covid-19 since early 2020, with teachers and students often having to rely solely on online lessons. Photo: Robert Ng
An empty classroom at a secondary school in Wan Chai. Schooling in Hong Kong has been severely disrupted by successive waves of Covid-19 since early 2020, with teachers and students often having to rely solely on online lessons. Photo: Robert Ng
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