Educational evaluation and quality assurance: The case of Hong Kong
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香港中文大學研究人員

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摘要In recent years, the Education and Manpower Bureau (now Education Bureau) has implemented a two-pronged approach to assuring the quality of education in Hong Kong: an external mechanism via inspection and an internal framework via self-evaluation. However, both of these are mainly top-down and less effective than expected. This essay argues that quality assurance in collaboration with an external independent agency through a bottom-up approach is a more effective way to sustain development in schools. Schools can only improve continuously when they have institutionalized a bottom-up approach to school self-evaluation. After introducing the details of a series of schooluniversity partnership projects concerned with school self-evaluation in Hong Kong, this paper investigates the potential effectiveness of implementing self-evaluation in Hong Kong schools and the factors that have both hindered and facilitated such a policy. © 2009 by Nova Science Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved.
著者Pang N.S.-K.
編輯ed. by Samuel S. Peng & John Chi-Kin Lee.
詳細描述ed. by Samuel S. Peng & John Chi-Kin Lee.
出版年份2011
月份1
日期1
頁次73 - 92
國際標準書號9781606928875
語言英式英語
關鍵詞Bottom-up approach, Quality assurance, School inspection, School self-evaluation, School self-renewal, Sustainable development

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