New relaxations of Hong Kong social-distancing regulations mean up to two-thirds of student populations can now be back in the classroom. Photo:  Sam Tsang New relaxations of Hong Kong social-distancing regulations mean up to two-thirds of student populations can now be back in the classroom. Photo:  Sam Tsang
New relaxations of Hong Kong social-distancing regulations mean up to two-thirds of student populations can now be back in the classroom. Photo: Sam Tsang
Education

Hong Kong class sizes swell after Easter, but one in five schools ready to welcome back everyone

  • Return of all students to in-classroom learning is conditional on regular coronavirus testing for teachers, something about 20 per cent of city’s schools have agreed to do, according to the Education Bureau
  • Some schools, however, have found it difficult to make screenings mandatory for teachers they say are already pressed for time due to their workloads

Topic |   Education
New relaxations of Hong Kong social-distancing regulations mean up to two-thirds of student populations can now be back in the classroom. Photo:  Sam Tsang New relaxations of Hong Kong social-distancing regulations mean up to two-thirds of student populations can now be back in the classroom. Photo:  Sam Tsang
New relaxations of Hong Kong social-distancing regulations mean up to two-thirds of student populations can now be back in the classroom. Photo: Sam Tsang
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