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Education Reform and the Quest for Excellence: The Hong Kong Story

Education

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9789622097452
Edited by Lok Sang Ho, Paul Morris, and Yue-ping Chung 
香港大學出版社
2005年1月01日
382.00  元
HK$ 343.8
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For customers from the United States and Canada, please order the book from University of Washington Press.

For customers from Europe, please order the book from The Eurospan Group.

"The editors, Lok Sang Ho, Paul Morris and Yue-ping Chung are to be congratulated on producing a volume which is oth hard-hitting and insightful about education reforms in Hong Kong. The range of experiences of the contributing authors contribute to a most interesting mix of perspectives about education reform.

The focus is squarely on Hong Kong, in terms of general policy and reform issues, followed by more specific chapters dealing with issues of graduate teachers, English as a medium of instruction, and the role of the media. However, the issues raised are very applicable to many countries. This book is a valuable contribution to the literature on education reform." - Professor Colin J. Marsh, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia

This book investigates and analyses critical issues in education reform and discusses possible pitfalls in the current global drive to promote excellence. Instead of documenting the successes and frustrations encountered by education reformers in specific jurisdictions, this book aims to offer directions for education reformers, and sets out to be prescriptive rather than descriptive. While the cases covered here are focused on Hong Kong, they are no less useful in throwing light upon the direction of education reform all over the world.

The first section of the volume, "Conceptual Framework", provides the theoretical underpinnings for the design and imp. ...












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