Primary students in class on May 24, as Hong Kong schools return to full-capacity lessons for the first time in more than six months after Covid-related restrictions are relaxed. Four in 10 Hong Kong teachers have decided or are inclined to quit, a survey has shown, with most citing increasing political pressure. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Primary students in class on May 24, as Hong Kong schools return to full-capacity lessons for the first time in more than six months after Covid-related restrictions are relaxed. Four in 10 Hong Kong teachers have decided or are inclined to quit, a survey has shown, with most citing increasing political pressure. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Primary students in class on May 24, as Hong Kong schools return to full-capacity lessons for the first time in more than six months after Covid-related restrictions are relaxed. Four in 10 Hong Kong teachers have decided or are inclined to quit, a survey has shown, with most citing increasing political pressure. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | If Hong Kong teachers want out, where does that leave our kids?

  • Political pressure and sweeping education guidelines have created an atmosphere of tension. An exodus of teachers is a frightening prospect

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Primary students in class on May 24, as Hong Kong schools return to full-capacity lessons for the first time in more than six months after Covid-related restrictions are relaxed. Four in 10 Hong Kong teachers have decided or are inclined to quit, a survey has shown, with most citing increasing political pressure. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Primary students in class on May 24, as Hong Kong schools return to full-capacity lessons for the first time in more than six months after Covid-related restrictions are relaxed. Four in 10 Hong Kong teachers have decided or are inclined to quit, a survey has shown, with most citing increasing political pressure. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Primary students in class on May 24, as Hong Kong schools return to full-capacity lessons for the first time in more than six months after Covid-related restrictions are relaxed. Four in 10 Hong Kong teachers have decided or are inclined to quit, a survey has shown, with most citing increasing political pressure. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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