Pupils watch the Chinese national flag being raised at Gertrude Simon Lutheran College, in Yuen Long, during National Security Education Day on April 15. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Pupils watch the Chinese national flag being raised at Gertrude Simon Lutheran College, in Yuen Long, during National Security Education Day on April 15. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong national security law: 80 per cent of city’s schools say guidelines for instilling patriotism in children are hard to implement

  • Survey by pro-government Shine Tak Foundation finds little more than half of city’s schools ready to teach national education
  • Education Bureau needs to give teachers more time to prepare and provide better training, charity’s vice-chairman says

Pupils watch the Chinese national flag being raised at Gertrude Simon Lutheran College, in Yuen Long, during National Security Education Day on April 15. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Pupils watch the Chinese national flag being raised at Gertrude Simon Lutheran College, in Yuen Long, during National Security Education Day on April 15. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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