Edited by W. J. Morgan, Qing Gu and Fengliang Li
Chapter 23: Education in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The chapter explains the education system and its evolution in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong and analyses the political and societal changes and transformations in Hong Kong since it returned to Chinese sovereignty. These have determined, in fundamental ways, how the education system has responded and evolved. It concludes with an indication of the continuing political tensions that are found in education policy in Hong Kong, as in public policy generally.
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