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Fanny Law: The Hong Kong education policies needs minor adjustment

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(Your article was well-structured and to the point. However, some of your wordings were questionable. For example, ".....grievances towards Hong Kong education....", grievance was not the appropriate word here. The question here was the issue of confidence. "....spare more degrees..." was also incorrect. The right word should be "slot", like, to spare more slots for other financially disabled undergraduate applicants.)

By Mak Shu Kee, 27th November, 2012

Fanny Law, Member of Executive Council depicts the education policies in Hong Kong as ‘crossing the river by feeling the stones’ in the Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

“There are voices saying that we (the government) should pretest the education policies before executing them; while some say we should execute them first following with alterations.” Law says.

She admits that problems exist in the consultation system of education policies. “I found that our colleagues tend to approach those who have the same mindset as them. They invite professors or principals from band 1 school into the consultation system. As a result, the education policies may not be applicable for the band 3 schools.”

When beings asked about whether the act of government officials sending their children for overseas education shows distrust in the Hong Kong education system, law replies, “this does not necessary mean the government officials are lacking confidence towards Hong Kong education system.” She adds that those who are financially capable in sending their children for overseas education can actually spare more slots for other financially disabled undergraduate applicants.

Fanny Law held the posts of Secretary for Education and Manpower until 2002 and Permanent Secretary for Education and Manpower until 2006 respectively.

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