Quality improvement: Managing effective school guidance and counselling service

Ching Leung LUNG, Yuk Yee Pattie LUK-FONG

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Abstract

This paper examines the management and evaluation of school guidance and counselling service in Hong Kong. A school-based model which has the potential to improve the quality of school guidance and counselling service is proposed. The model consists of a management component and an evaluation component. The school-based strategic management component is used as a mechanism to improve the quality of guidance and counselling service. The evaluation component includes curriculum and programme, personnel, and resources and policies. Evaluation is viewed as an ongoing process to improve the quality of services. Copyright © 1998 Association of Psychological and Educational Counsellors of Asia.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)75-86
JournalAsian Journal of Counselling
Volume5
Issue number1/2
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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Evaluation
Counseling
Quality improvement
Guidance
Asia
Hong Kong
Education
Strategic management
Personnel
Curriculum
Psychological
Quality of service
Resources

Citation

Lung, C.-L., & Luk Fong, Y.-Y. (1998). Quality improvement: Managing effective school guidance and counselling service. Asian Journal of Counselling, 5(1/2), 75-86.