The government has no plans to extend Hong Kong’s school year after months of face-to-face classes being suspended. Photo: Winson Wong The government has no plans to extend Hong Kong’s school year after months of face-to-face classes being suspended. Photo: Winson Wong
The government has no plans to extend Hong Kong’s school year after months of face-to-face classes being suspended. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s school year will not be extended despite disruptions to face-to-face classes, government says

  • Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung maintains schools have ‘effectively sustained’ pupils’ motivation over months of online courses
  • However, surveys have shown both students and teachers had concerns about keeping up with progress in virtual lessons

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The government has no plans to extend Hong Kong’s school year after months of face-to-face classes being suspended. Photo: Winson Wong The government has no plans to extend Hong Kong’s school year after months of face-to-face classes being suspended. Photo: Winson Wong
The government has no plans to extend Hong Kong’s school year after months of face-to-face classes being suspended. Photo: Winson Wong
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