Chan Yuk-ting, one of the seven coordinators for Hong Kong schools’ national security education programme, is seen giving a lecture at ELCHK Lutheran Primary School in July. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Chan Yuk-ting, one of the seven coordinators for Hong Kong schools’ national security education programme, is seen giving a lecture at ELCHK Lutheran Primary School in July. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Teaching national security will put Hong Kong’s educators to the test

  • Exactly how it will be taught remains to be seen. The nature of the subject raises concerns as to whether there is room for intellectual debate, and there are also practical questions such as the precise learning objectives and the benchmarks for assessment

Chan Yuk-ting, one of the seven coordinators for Hong Kong schools’ national security education programme, is seen giving a lecture at ELCHK Lutheran Primary School in July. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Chan Yuk-ting, one of the seven coordinators for Hong Kong schools’ national security education programme, is seen giving a lecture at ELCHK Lutheran Primary School in July. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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