The survey by the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers finds protest activities organised on campus were often responsible for deteriorating school ambience. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong’s school students and teachers are suffering from emotional problems over anti-government protests, survey finds

  • 42 per cent of 168 schools surveyed reported protest-related emotional problems among students, while 25 per cent said teachers were also suffering
  • Protests activities – such as human chains or class boycotts – organised on campus were responsible for deteriorating school ambience, expert says
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The survey by the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers finds protest activities organised on campus were often responsible for deteriorating school ambience. Photo: Reuters
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