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School commenced after an unusual summer, but the crisis caused by the amendment of the extradition bill shows no sign of mitigation in the fourth week of the new school year. Thanks to education professionals’ perseverance and commitment, students was able to enjoy a safe learning environment amidst the crisis. The PTU condemned the inappropriate pressure imposed on principals and teachers by external individuals’ patrols on the first day of school. All pressure imposed on the education sector must be immediately lifted to ensure room for professional education administration as well as peace on campus.
Education Bureau Issues Two Condemnation Letters. PTU Finds the Discipline Overly Harsh
Two teachers were found publishing hate speech against police officers using their personal Facebook accounts. The Education Bureau recently issued two condemnation letters, warning that the Bureau might consider cancelling their teacher registration should it happen again. The PTU pointed out that, as inappropriate as the speech was, it was shared within the teachers’ private spheres and in no way affected their performance as professional teachers. The way the Education Bureau handled the matter was overly harsh.
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