This paper reports some preliminary findings of a needs assessment exercise conducted by the Hong Kong Institute of Education for thirteen Hong Kong primary schools towards the end of the British rule. The thirteen schools are members of a school-institute collaborative project and the needs assessment results are used as the basis for follow-up development programmes. The findings indicate that there are challenges faced by schools and that school for school-institute collaboration in school development and research activities. Copyright © 1999 New Horizons in Education.
|Journal||New Horizons in Education|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 1999|
CitationWong, P.-M., Kwok, D. C., & Chow, P.-Y. (1999). Needs assessment for school development: A school-institute collaborative effort in Hong Kong. New Horizons in Education, 40, 50-57.
- Needs assessment
- School development
- School-institute collaborative