Secondary school students have their temperatures checked as they arrive for classes in May. Photo: Jonathan WongSecondary school students have their temperatures checked as they arrive for classes in May. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Secondary school students have their temperatures checked as they arrive for classes in May. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Liberal studies books should be vetted, think tank by former Hong Kong leader says, but teachers feel otherwise

  • Our Hong Kong Foundation, founded by Tung Chee-hwa, says controversial subject’s books should be scrutinised by government to avoid purported bias
  • Survey of teachers, however, finds only 21 per cent feel current books have problems with unbalanced content

Topic |   Education
Secondary school students have their temperatures checked as they arrive for classes in May. Photo: Jonathan WongSecondary school students have their temperatures checked as they arrive for classes in May. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Secondary school students have their temperatures checked as they arrive for classes in May. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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