Hong Kong’s education authorities have allowed teachers at international schools to meet with students on campus to help them with coursework despite the citywide closure of schools until at least March 16 to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the Post has learned.Sources have said that some international schools running the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum had asked students to return for tutorials or assessments. The Education Bureau said they had sanctioned the practice.The…


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