The Canadian International School in Aberdeen is one of several in Hong Kong asking some teachers and students to return to campus despite the temporary shutdown of on-site learning in the city. Photo: SCMP
Sources have revealed that some international schools running the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum had asked students to return for tutorials or assessments. The Education Bureau said it had approved the practice.
The move has triggered a warning from a teachers’ union about creating a loophole that could increase the risk of infection.