Dividers separate students at Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School during their first day of face-to-face classes in months. Photo: Winson Wong Dividers separate students at Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School during their first day of face-to-face classes in months. Photo: Winson Wong
Dividers separate students at Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School during their first day of face-to-face classes in months. Photo: Winson Wong
John Tsang

Covid-19 won’t last forever, but online learning here to stay, former Hong Kong finance chief says in predicting ‘new normal’ for education

  • John Tsang, who founded the non-profit Esperanza in 2018, foresees blend of traditional classroom teaching, remote classes going forward
  • City’s teachers have shown ability to quickly adapt, he tells Post, but resources still needed for lower-income families, including free Wi-fi

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Dividers separate students at Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School during their first day of face-to-face classes in months. Photo: Winson Wong Dividers separate students at Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School during their first day of face-to-face classes in months. Photo: Winson Wong
Dividers separate students at Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School during their first day of face-to-face classes in months. Photo: Winson Wong
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