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With restructuring characterising many school systems throughout the world, and major change leaving few schools untouched, school leaders are facing major challenges. This study focuses on a group of Hong Kong principals who conceptualise some of their challenges as dilemmas. The paper draws on...
Gifted and talented (GAT) students in a new regional selective GAT program were compared with GAT students in mixed ability and streamed classes. Outcomes were academic and non-academic self-concepts, motivation orientations, and achievement tests administered at the start and end of the school...
This paper examines the argument of a previous article published in this journal by Boufoy-Bastick (1997). In that article, Boufoy-Bastick made some comparisons between the language policies of Australia's and Singapore's education systems. The author claimed that Australia's language policies...
This research examines potential barriers to learning Personal Development, Health and Physical Education in schools characterised by religious diversity. Year 9 students at four high schools were surveyed. Participants completed a self report instrument designed to reflect key components of the...
The ‘West Review’ argues that the determination of tertiary sector education program offerings should be decentralised by basing funding on student preferences. Research activities should be centrally prioritised with access to training being also dependent on such preferences. These views are...
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