Hong Kong schools report 50 per cent jump in bullying despite in-person classes being suspended because of Covid-19

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Hong Kong schools report 50 per cent jump in bullying despite in-person classes being suspended because of Covid-19

Bullying at Hong Kong’s primary and secondary schools has hit a 10-year high with reported cases jumping by more than 50 per cent year on year, despite in-person classes having been suspended for an extended period amid the coronavirus pandemic. A youth concern group expected many of the cases involved cyberbullying which have been growing over the past few years, while classes in the city’s schools have been suspended for nearly half of the 2019-20 academic year.Some 346 cases were received by…

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