Accelerated schools for quality education: A Hong Kong perspective

Chi Kin John LEE, Henry LEVIN, Pilar SOLER

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Abstract

This article addresses the application of the Accelerated Schools Project (ASP) model in Hong Kong, as well as specific aspects of implementation in two schools. One lesson from the localized project, the Accelerated Schools for Quality Education (ASPQE), is that change is slow. This suggests that time should be given for both cultural change and building communities of inquiry, especially in cases where the staff may not be initially receptive of school reform models such as the Accelerated Schools Project. A second important lesson is that the commitment of the principal and a core group is critical for change. Copyright © 2005 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)63-81
JournalUrban Review
Volume37
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Citation

Lee, J. C.-K., Levin, H., & Soler, P. (2005). Accelerated schools for quality education: A Hong Kong perspective. The Urban Review, 37(1), 63-81.

Keywords

  • Accelerated schools
  • School improvement
  • Hong Kong

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