Pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday argued installing cameras in classrooms could reveal if teachers made ‘subversive remarks’. Photo: Shutterstock Pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday argued installing cameras in classrooms could reveal if teachers made ‘subversive remarks’. Photo: Shutterstock
Pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday argued installing cameras in classrooms could reveal if teachers made ‘subversive remarks’. Photo: Shutterstock
Education

Hong Kong’s pro-establishment lawmakers push for surveillance cameras in classrooms to monitor teachers’ speech

  • Recording teaching sessions would reveal if students were on receiving end of ‘subversive remarks’, Liberal Party chairman Tommy Cheung says
  • Meanwhile, with opposition lawmakers now largely absent, a motion of thanks to city leader Carrie Lam passes on final day of debate over policy speech

Topic |   Education
Pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday argued installing cameras in classrooms could reveal if teachers made ‘subversive remarks’. Photo: Shutterstock Pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday argued installing cameras in classrooms could reveal if teachers made ‘subversive remarks’. Photo: Shutterstock
Pro-establishment lawmakers on Friday argued installing cameras in classrooms could reveal if teachers made ‘subversive remarks’. Photo: Shutterstock
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