Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s school year will not be extended despite disruptions to face-to-face classes, government says

//Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s school year will not be extended despite disruptions to face-to-face classes, government says

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s school year will not be extended despite disruptions to face-to-face classes, government says

Hong Kong’s education minister has said there are no plans to extend the school term or shorten holidays, despite face-to-face classes being suspended for more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic since the academic year started in September.Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung Yun-hung maintained in a written response to lawmakers on Wednesday that most schools had “effectively sustained students’ learning motivation and progress” during online lessons, though previous surveys have…

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