Some parents fear their children will face intense pressure to catch up after four months without face-to-face classes. Photo: Winson Wong Some parents fear their children will face intense pressure to catch up after four months without face-to-face classes. Photo: Winson Wong
Some parents fear their children will face intense pressure to catch up after four months without face-to-face classes. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: masks, lost progress and summer break among questions facing Hong Kong schools ahead of campus return

  • Exams at some schools are being delayed to allow students time to catch up with curriculum after four months of online learning
  • Parents, meanwhile, worry about supplies of protective gear and the pressure their children could face

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some parents fear their children will face intense pressure to catch up after four months without face-to-face classes. Photo: Winson Wong Some parents fear their children will face intense pressure to catch up after four months without face-to-face classes. Photo: Winson Wong
Some parents fear their children will face intense pressure to catch up after four months without face-to-face classes. Photo: Winson Wong
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