Analyses | Education and human resources | 2017-03-06 | Sing Tao

How might upper secondary science education be reformed?



There is no doubt that science education is crucial to any nation’s development. In addition to its contribution to the knowledge-based economy, with scientific knowledge, people could make better decisions in their everyday lives. However, almost half of Hong Kong's upper secondary students do not study any science subjects. What are the ways to encourage greater uptake of science subjects, and how might the university admission system give the students a nudge?   

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