Analyses | Education and human resources | 2014-11-03 | Sing Tao

Getting a head start with personality



Many parents are of the same mind that by providing an appropriate early childhood education, their children can enjoy a strong start in their life journey. By making reference to studies by American economist James Joseph Heckman, the Centre’s weekly analysis examines the importance of developing a decent personality at childhood, and ponders on whether the current school admission criteria, and the society’s aspiration of the learning of children may make them get nowhere fast.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.