A new school year started in September in Hong Kong, including at the King's College Old Boys' Association Primary School No.2. The Hong Kong government is still reviewing the school curriculum. Photo: Sam Tsang
Kerry Kennedy
Opinion

Opinion

Kerry Kennedy

If education reform is a priority in Singapore and Australia, why not in Hong Kong?

Kerry Kennedy says the system needs to be reformed at every level. Schools should be less exam-oriented, vocational education should not be second best, and the University Grants Committee should nurture creativity, not nip it in the bud

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A new school year started in September in Hong Kong, including at the King's College Old Boys' Association Primary School No.2. The Hong Kong government is still reviewing the school curriculum. Photo: Sam Tsang
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