Outsourcing of the curriculum delivery to educational service providers (ed-outsourcing) has been widely practiced around the globe. Hong Kong is not an exception, but the phenomenon remains rather hidden and under-researched. Drawing on a survey with teachers from 62 schools in Hong Kong (N=215), this study investigates the current practice of ed-outsourcing across subjects, teachers’ and school leaders’ perceptions of it, and its implications on the issues of quality and equity of education. Some interesting and even controversial findings from the study show that there are efforts to ensure the quality and equity of outsourced education, but more is needed. Copyright © 2018 CESHK.
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2018|
|Event||Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong Annual Conference 2018: Meaning and role of education amid global changes and local challenges - The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
Duration: 17 Mar 2018 → 18 Mar 2018
|Conference||Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong Annual Conference 2018: Meaning and role of education amid global changes and local challenges|
|Period||17/03/18 → 18/03/18|