Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung reveals the Education Bureau’s latest figures during a press conference. Photo: Winson WongSecretary for Education Kevin Yeung reveals the Education Bureau’s latest figures during a press conference. Photo: Winson Wong
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung reveals the Education Bureau’s latest figures during a press conference. Photo: Winson Wong

At least 80 Hong Kong teachers have been arrested over anti-government protests, as education chief reveals at least four have resigned or been suspended

  • Education minister Kevin Yeung urges city’s schools to suspend teachers out of concern for students’ safety
  • Bureau also reveals that 123 teachers have been investigated over allegations of misconduct related to the civil unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung reveals the Education Bureau’s latest figures during a press conference. Photo: Winson WongSecretary for Education Kevin Yeung reveals the Education Bureau’s latest figures during a press conference. Photo: Winson Wong
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung reveals the Education Bureau’s latest figures during a press conference. Photo: Winson Wong
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