Nearly 80 per cent of Hong Kong schools have said new guidelines for instilling patriotism in children were very difficult to implement, a survey has found, prompting calls for more time and training for teachers.The survey of 218 schools, which was released on Sunday by the pro-government Shine Tak Foundation, found a little more than half of the kindergartens, primary and secondary schools they polled were ready to teach national education.“We noticed that almost 80 per cent of the schools…



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