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Hong Kong teacher stripped of registration for purportedly spreading ‘independence’ message in classroom materials, lesson plans



A Hong Kong primary schoolteacher has been stripped of his teaching registration for purportedly spreading “independence” messages via the materials and worksheets he used in the classroom, education authorities announced on Monday.The school’s headmaster and a deputy were also reprimanded for lax supervision, according to the Education Bureau.It marks the first instance of a teacher being disqualified for introducing Hong Kong independence ideas in class, something the bureau said violated the…



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