Some pro-government politicians see the school subject of liberal studies as the reason students have become radical and taken part in a series of political movements. Photo: Felix Wong Some pro-government politicians see the school subject of liberal studies as the reason students have become radical and taken part in a series of political movements. Photo: Felix Wong
Some pro-government politicians see the school subject of liberal studies as the reason students have become radical and taken part in a series of political movements. Photo: Felix Wong
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Politics best kept out of liberal studies review for schools

  • Some pro-government politicians blame the subject for radicalising young protesters, but education chiefs deny this and views of public are being sought

Some pro-government politicians see the school subject of liberal studies as the reason students have become radical and taken part in a series of political movements. Photo: Felix Wong Some pro-government politicians see the school subject of liberal studies as the reason students have become radical and taken part in a series of political movements. Photo: Felix Wong
Some pro-government politicians see the school subject of liberal studies as the reason students have become radical and taken part in a series of political movements. Photo: Felix Wong
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