Katherine Forestier reflects on 20 years of education reform in Hong Kong which has had its successes, despite pressures over cost of living, minorities, special needs students and other concerns. Challenges remain, however, particularly meeting demands from students, parents – and mainland China
Katherine Forestier reflects on 20 years of education reform in Hong Kong which has had its successes, despite pressures over cost of living, minorities, special needs students and other concerns. Challenges remain, however, particularly meeting demands from students, parents – and mainland China
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Hong Kong education reform continues, but Beijing’s role presents new challenges

Katherine Forestier reflects on 20 years of education reform in Hong Kong which has had its successes, despite pressures over cost of living, minorities, special needs students and other concerns. Challenges remain, however, particularly meeting demands from students, parents – and mainland China

Katherine Forestier reflects on 20 years of education reform in Hong Kong which has had its successes, despite pressures over cost of living, minorities, special needs students and other concerns. Challenges remain, however, particularly meeting demands from students, parents – and mainland China
Katherine Forestier reflects on 20 years of education reform in Hong Kong which has had its successes, despite pressures over cost of living, minorities, special needs students and other concerns. Challenges remain, however, particularly meeting demands from students, parents – and mainland China
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