A flag-raising raising ceremony takes place at a secondary school in Ho Man Tin the day after the national security law was adopted. Photo: May Tse
A flag-raising raising ceremony takes place at a secondary school in Ho Man Tin the day after the national security law was adopted. Photo: May Tse
Education

Lifetime ban a possibility for at least one more Hong Kong teacher, education chief says

  • Kevin Yeung, who noted about 40 complaint cases are now being processed, also says he is actively examining alternative punishments for misconduct
  • Secretary for education separately dismissed fears that revamp of liberal studies course will see it turned into a national education programme

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A flag-raising raising ceremony takes place at a secondary school in Ho Man Tin the day after the national security law was adopted. Photo: May Tse
A flag-raising raising ceremony takes place at a secondary school in Ho Man Tin the day after the national security law was adopted. Photo: May Tse
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