Two of Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ unions voiced opposition to any potential move to install cameras in classrooms. Photo: Shutterstock Two of Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ unions voiced opposition to any potential move to install cameras in classrooms. Photo: Shutterstock
Two of Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ unions voiced opposition to any potential move to install cameras in classrooms. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong officials ask schools if they have installed CCTV, after some lawmakers called for cameras to be installed in classrooms

  • Pro-Beijing legislators suggested installing cameras to monitor teachers, but educators warned such a move would be disrespectful to the profession
  • At least nine schools confirm officials called them on Friday to find out whether they had set up the devices – and if so, at what locations

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Two of Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ unions voiced opposition to any potential move to install cameras in classrooms. Photo: Shutterstock Two of Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ unions voiced opposition to any potential move to install cameras in classrooms. Photo: Shutterstock
Two of Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ unions voiced opposition to any potential move to install cameras in classrooms. Photo: Shutterstock
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