2000．第15卷第1期（Vol. 15 No. 1）．pp. 118
Vision, Task, and Hope: The Hong Kong Education Reform Movement in the 21st Century
David W. CHAN（陳維鄂）
The Hong Kong education reform movement is discussed in light of our shared vision, our past failed attempts, the tasks ahead, and our hope in talent development for all learners. It is believed that the issues of the centrality of the learner, equity, excellence, multiple talents, and the learning society bear directly on our reform measures. An evolutionary approach that maximizes success is suggested, ensuring the collaboration among learners, practitioners in schools, parents and other stakeholders, the respect for diversity and choice, the equitable pursuit of excellence, the programming for talent development for all students, and the promotion of educational research that informs practice.
Keywords: education reform; talent development; Hong Kong