The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP
The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP

Coronavirus: Hong Kong government allows face-to-face teaching in international schools despite citywide suspension of classes

  • Some students at international schools have been asked to return to campus for tutorials, a move approved by Education Bureau
  • Teachers’ union warns of dangers of creating a loophole amid the outbreak

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP
The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP
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