Advocates and parents say children from ethnic minority groups, who have long struggled with schooling, have been more excluded since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Photo: Miguel Candela
Advocates and parents say children from ethnic minority groups, who have long struggled with schooling, have been more excluded since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Photo: Miguel Candela

Academic marginalisation of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority groups increases amid coronavirus pandemic

  • Advocates and parents say underprivileged children from these groups are finding it hard to keep up with studies at home as they lack computers or internet access
  • Meanwhile, a recent pilot study suggests Nepali children in the city show lower resilience than their South Asian counterparts

Advocates and parents say children from ethnic minority groups, who have long struggled with schooling, have been more excluded since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Photo: Miguel Candela
Advocates and parents say children from ethnic minority groups, who have long struggled with schooling, have been more excluded since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Photo: Miguel Candela
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