The Covid-19 crisis risks disadvantaged pupils falling far behind their more affluent classmates. Illustration: SCMP The Covid-19 crisis risks disadvantaged pupils falling far behind their more affluent classmates. Illustration: SCMP
The Covid-19 crisis risks disadvantaged pupils falling far behind their more affluent classmates. Illustration: SCMP

Falling through the cracks: Hong Kong’s vulnerable pupils set back by months of online lessons at home during coronavirus crisis

  • Students from low-income homes, have special needs or are from ethnic minority communities are groups at risk of falling behind, say educators
  • More than 181,000 children living in poverty miss school facilities, interactions

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Covid-19 crisis risks disadvantaged pupils falling far behind their more affluent classmates. Illustration: SCMP The Covid-19 crisis risks disadvantaged pupils falling far behind their more affluent classmates. Illustration: SCMP
The Covid-19 crisis risks disadvantaged pupils falling far behind their more affluent classmates. Illustration: SCMP
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