PTU vice-president and former opposition lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen (right) with a veteran liberal studies teacher. The pair are holding up placards protesting the reforms. Photo: Handout PTU vice-president and former opposition lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen (right) with a veteran liberal studies teacher. The pair are holding up placards protesting the reforms. Photo: Handout
PTU vice-president and former opposition lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen (right) with a veteran liberal studies teacher. The pair are holding up placards protesting the reforms. Photo: Handout
Education

More than 90 per cent of 500 Hong Kong teachers polled say liberal studies reform politically motivated

  • Survey by 100,000-strong Professional Teachers’ Union covers nearly a fifth of city’s 2,800 subject educators
  • Education Bureau denies political agenda and says ‘inappropriate and misleading’ remarks sabotaged relations between authorities and teachers

Topic |   Education
PTU vice-president and former opposition lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen (right) with a veteran liberal studies teacher. The pair are holding up placards protesting the reforms. Photo: Handout PTU vice-president and former opposition lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen (right) with a veteran liberal studies teacher. The pair are holding up placards protesting the reforms. Photo: Handout
PTU vice-president and former opposition lawmaker Ip Kin-yuen (right) with a veteran liberal studies teacher. The pair are holding up placards protesting the reforms. Photo: Handout
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