Professor Sui-Chu Esther HO

Director of Hong Kong Centre for International Student Assessment
Editor of Education Journal

BSc, DipEd, MA(Ed) (CUHK), PhD (UBC). Experiences include teaching in Hong Kong primary and secondary schools; Project Manager of HKPISA-2000 to HKPISA-2015; Principal Investigator of HK-HBSC 2017-18 international study;  Founding and Steering committee of UNESCO Network of Education Quality Monitoring in Asia-Pacific Region. Professional Consultant of Macau-PISA-2003; China-PISA 2006 Trial Study and Shanghai-PISA 2009; Chairman and Member of OECD/PISA Analysis and Dissemination Group (2009-2015­­) Fulbright Scholar at Pennsylvania State University (2004) and Johns Hopkins University (2010); Research Associate of the project Education and Development in South China. Teaching consultant of the World Bank in the District Primary Educational Program, India. Principal Investigator of Home School Collaboration Project and Longitudinal Study of Adolescents in Hong Kong (HKLSA Project 2012-2022). Courses taught include School Effectiveness and School Restructuring; Structure and Process of Schooling; Educational Policy and Practice in Hong Kong; Family, Community and School: Policy & Practices; Education and Society in Hong Kong; Quantitative Analysis in Classroom & School Settings. Research interests include: Parental Involvement in Children’s Education, Home School Community Collaboration, School Effectiveness and School Reform, Decentralization and School-based Management, Research Methodology in Education, Multilevel Analysis in Educational Research.