Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education, and Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, Secretary for Education, meet the press at Tamar on October 6. Photo: Dickson Lee Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education, and Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, Secretary for Education, meet the press at Tamar on October 6. Photo: Dickson Lee
Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education, and Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, Secretary for Education, meet the press at Tamar on October 6. Photo: Dickson Lee
Kerry Kennedy
Opinion

Opinion

Kerry Kennedy

Did deregistered Hong Kong teacher receive the fair hearing he deserved?

  • The teacher apparently had no chance to respond in person to the complaint about his lesson plan
  • The Basic Law also does not specifically prohibit teaching about the pro-independence movement, raising questions over the grounds on which he was deregistered

Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education, and Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, Secretary for Education, meet the press at Tamar on October 6. Photo: Dickson Lee Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education, and Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, Secretary for Education, meet the press at Tamar on October 6. Photo: Dickson Lee
Michelle Li Mei-sheung, Permanent Secretary for Education, and Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, Secretary for Education, meet the press at Tamar on October 6. Photo: Dickson Lee
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