Members of the opposition camp, showing support for the teacher, have called for free discussion in classrooms. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the opposition camp, showing support for the teacher, have called for free discussion in classrooms. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the opposition camp, showing support for the teacher, have called for free discussion in classrooms. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong Education Bureau urged to be more transparent with handling complaints against teachers

  • Opinion is divided over a teacher’s deregistration for creating a lesson plan that touched on Hong Kong independence
  • But criticism is coming from both sides of the political spectrum over how the bureau carries out its investigations into teachers

Topic |   Education
Members of the opposition camp, showing support for the teacher, have called for free discussion in classrooms. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the opposition camp, showing support for the teacher, have called for free discussion in classrooms. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the opposition camp, showing support for the teacher, have called for free discussion in classrooms. Photo: Felix Wong
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