Hong Kong’s students have also come forward to take part in anti-government protests. Photo: Nora TamHong Kong’s students have also come forward to take part in anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong’s students have also come forward to take part in anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam

Education Bureau says it needs to act against Hong Kong teachers found guilty over protest-related misconduct to ensure students’ interests and defend the image of the profession

  • Education sector lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen urges bureau to stop punishing teachers based on assertions made in anonymous complaints
  • But bureau stresses it needs to take proper action to ensure students’ interests and defend the image of the profession

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong’s students have also come forward to take part in anti-government protests. Photo: Nora TamHong Kong’s students have also come forward to take part in anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong’s students have also come forward to take part in anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
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