Hong Kong schools must investigate complaints against teachers in a month under new Education Bureau guidelines

//Hong Kong schools must investigate complaints against teachers in a month under new Education Bureau guidelines

Hong Kong schools must investigate complaints against teachers in a month under new Education Bureau guidelines

Hong Kong education authorities have issued new guidelines telling schools to complete investigations into complaints against teachers within a month, with rules so detailed educators said they were a form of “micromanagement” that would only increase the pressure they were under.The new instructions issued by the Education Bureau last Friday listed 38 points for schools to follow, including telling them to look into every complaint involving teacher misconduct, including anonymous ones.Schools…

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