Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says his bureau received 147 complaints of teacher misconduct related to the unrest between June and December last year. Photo: Winson Wong
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says his bureau received 147 complaints of teacher misconduct related to the unrest between June and December last year. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong Education Bureau finds protest-related breaches by teachers in 60 per cent of complaints

  • Education minister Kevin Yeung says wrongdoing has been found in 65 of 107 cases after initial investigations
  • He says the bureau will act against any case of hate speech or insults by a teacher – irrespective of which side is being targeted

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says his bureau received 147 complaints of teacher misconduct related to the unrest between June and December last year. Photo: Winson Wong
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says his bureau received 147 complaints of teacher misconduct related to the unrest between June and December last year. Photo: Winson Wong
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