Pupils at The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Kindergarten in Shau Kei Wan attending class in June. Photo: Nora TamPupils at The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Kindergarten in Shau Kei Wan attending class in June. Photo: Nora Tam
Pupils at The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Kindergarten in Shau Kei Wan attending class in June. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong third wave: schools with cross-border pupils, kindergartens expect more dropouts amid suspension of face-to-face teaching

  • More than 100 Hong Kong students living on the mainland have quit in the past school year, principals say
  • Kindergartens find it difficult to conduct online classes for young children

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Pupils at The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Kindergarten in Shau Kei Wan attending class in June. Photo: Nora TamPupils at The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Kindergarten in Shau Kei Wan attending class in June. Photo: Nora Tam
Pupils at The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Kindergarten in Shau Kei Wan attending class in June. Photo: Nora Tam
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