Hong Kong teacher who taught inaccurate lessons on first opium war stripped of registration over ‘wild guesses’ in classroom

//Hong Kong teacher who taught inaccurate lessons on first opium war stripped of registration over ‘wild guesses’ in classroom

Hong Kong teacher who taught inaccurate lessons on first opium war stripped of registration over ‘wild guesses’ in classroom

A Hong Kong primary school teacher who taught pupils a distorted history of the first Sino-British opium war on Thursday became the second educator stripped of his registration in the past two months, with authorities saying he relied on “wild guesses” in the classroom.The case follows the high-profile deregistration of a primary school teacher in September over accusations he spread pro-independence messages in a lesson plan touching on issues such as freedom of speech.The latest deregistered…

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