Research Centres and Consortia
CACLER: CENTRE FOR ADVANCEMENT OF CHINESE LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CACLER is a global hub for research on Chinese Language education in multicultural and multilingual contexts. They have received funding for an extensive range of projects in such areas as reading literacy, genre, and scientific-based teaching and learning of Chinese for both L1 and L2 students.
CAISE: CENTRE FOR ADVANCEMENT IN INCLUSIVE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION CAISE’s mission is to advance research, knowledge exchange and services in inclusive and special education in Hong Kong, greater China, and the Asia-Pacific region.
CEL: CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP CEL excels in leadership development through research and knowledge exchange. It serves as a platform for the advancement of theory and practice in educational leadership locally, nationally and internationally.
CERC: COMPARATIVE EDUCATION RESEARCH CENTRE CERC has established a global reputation. It is a vibrant community of researchers and practitioners who look at educational themes and issues through a comparative lens and in an international perspective.
CITE: CENTRE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION CITE provides intellectual leadership and support to promote the use of information and communication technology for quality education.
CREC: WAH CHING CENTRE OF RESEARCH ON EDUCATION IN CHINA As a hub for free intellectual enquiry about the reform and development of education in greater China, CREC builds collaboration with education specialists there, and facilitates knowledge exchange with communities that support the improvement of China's education.
CHERA: CONSORTIUM FOR HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH IN ASIA CHERA examines global issues in higher education that are relevant to Hong Kong, China and the surrounding region; and draws upon sociological, economic and policy perspectives to carry out research that advances the study of international higher education.
CRLPP: CONSORTIUM FOR RESEARCH ON LANGUAGE POLICY AND PRACTICE CRLPP is committed to leading the collaborative effort among local and global researchers in contributing to interdisciplinary research on theory and practice in language policy and implementation, multilingual development, language use in social contexts and identity in interaction.