Hong Kong Unison | Research on Kindergarten Support and Attitudes towards Ethnic Minority Students

The best time to acquire language ability is during the early formative years. If ethnic minority children from the outset can benefit from an environment conducive to integration and learning Chinese, their competitiveness towards better opportunities in further studies could be enhanced. Better Chinese proficiency will improve social mobility and work prospects. Kindergarten is the first stage of education outside home. In this research, Unison explores if kindergartens provide fair and non-discriminatory kindergarten admission policies to enable equal learning opportunities for ethnic minority children.

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