Some four in 10 Hong Kong teachers say they should be able to express opinions freely, but only a fifth of principals agree, survey finds

//Some four in 10 Hong Kong teachers say they should be able to express opinions freely, but only a fifth of principals agree, survey finds

Some four in 10 Hong Kong teachers say they should be able to express opinions freely, but only a fifth of principals agree, survey finds

More than four in 10 Hong Kong secondary schoolteachers believe they should be able to express their opinions freely, but only one-fifth of principals feel the same, according to a new survey.The poll also found that most educators and parents believed teachers were entitled to freely participate in what the survey’s authors described as “social events”, although most agreed they had a responsibility to discourage students from taking part in illegal activities.The findings were part of a…

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