Hong Kong fourth wave: Covid-19 has taken even worse toll on city’s teachers than last year’s protests, with most feeling ‘high pressure’, union says

//Hong Kong fourth wave: Covid-19 has taken even worse toll on city’s teachers than last year’s protests, with most feeling ‘high pressure’, union says

Hong Kong fourth wave: Covid-19 has taken even worse toll on city’s teachers than last year’s protests, with most feeling ‘high pressure’, union says

The challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic have stressed out Hong Kong teachers even more than issues raised by last year’s anti-government protests, according to a union survey.The Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers (HKFEW), in a survey conducted in November, also found that more than eight in 10 of the 1,200 kindergarten, primary and secondary schoolteachers polled felt exhausted at work.Hong Kong’s pupils and teachers have spent most of this year online, with in-person classes largely…

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