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The Rise of the Direct Subsidy Scheme: Primary Schooling in Hong Kong    
 
Product Ref: 05/243C Company: N/A

Product Type: Case Industry: Public Sector & Non-Profit

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In 2000, the Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) gave government schools the freedom to design their own curricula and decide on student admission processes. Under the terms of the DSS, schools would charge fees payable by the parents and would also receive government subsidies. Therefore, DSS schools were more affordable than private and international schools and provided better services than the government schools. This case examines the long-term implications of this scheme.
Functional Area : Economics & Business Policy

Issues: Primary Schools, Competition, Direct Subsidy Scheme, Government
Length: 9 pages Country: Hong Kong SAR

Pub. Year: 2005 Level of Difficulty: 1
         
This product type is available in the following language(s):      English   Simplified Chinese
         
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