Hong Kong’s education authorities are weighing new penalties for teachers found guilty of misconduct, saying the existing mechanism offered no options between a light warning and barring them from the profession.Alternative punishments could include temporary suspension from duty and withholding or cutting salary, education minister Kevin Yeung Yun-hung said in an interview published on Monday.Less serious cases of misconduct are currently handled with a verbal reminder or written advisory,…



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