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

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

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

Nearly 80 per cent of Hong Kong schools have said new guidelines for instilling patriotism in children were very difficult to implement, a survey has found, prompting calls for more time and training for teachers.The survey of 218 schools, which was released on Sunday by the pro-government Shine Tak Foundation, found a little more than half of the kindergartens, primary and secondary schools they polled were ready to teach national education.“We noticed that almost 80 per cent of the schools…

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