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A happy Hong Kong education

Posted by | January 18, 2014 | living-in-hong-kong

A happy Hong Kong education

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I have previously blogged on the subject of the Pisa tests (Program for International Student Assessment) run by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Tests taken by 500,000 15-year-old pupils are used to compile league tables comparing education systems in different countries.

This week I saw a graphic from buzzfeed.com entitled ‘The best schools and the happiest kids’. For me, it really underlined not just the quality of the Hong Kong education system but that the kids here enjoy their education.

When looking at my home country and those of most of my expat friends, they are mostly classed as ‘Unhappy’.

You can read more about access to and the cost of EMI education and the Hong Kong education system by following the links.

Marion Udall

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