Hong Kong teachers will draw on protests, court cases to highlight need for lawfulness in course replacing liberal studies

//Hong Kong teachers will draw on protests, court cases to highlight need for lawfulness in course replacing liberal studies

Hong Kong teachers will draw on protests, court cases to highlight need for lawfulness in course replacing liberal studies

Hong Kong schools have begun teaching “citizenship and social development” in place of the controversial liberal studies subject, with some teachers saying they will draw on the 2019 anti-government protests during lessons.Education authorities said earlier that current affairs should be avoided, but teachers told the Post the social unrest and the city’s first national security court case presented good examples of the need to follow the law.The new subject is being taught to senior secondary…

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