for a start, from 2019 : the starting point is 20 percent imposed.lee_yl wrote:Thanks!zac's mum wrote:My guess: ACS Barker, St Pat’s, Fairfield, and the non-SAP CHIJ schools. Basically those schools whose COPs are at the very bottom rung of the ladder.
If we look at CHIJ schools for example, only the CHIJ primary school affiliated to a good CHIJ sec school is popular.
I guess parents want more places for their kids in good schools like CHIJ St Nic, SCGS, MGS, SJI, Cath High ACS(I) and NYGH etc but MOE’s policy of reserving 20% for non-affiliated students does not address this issue directly.
Going forward, Moe can raise (adjust) the bar upwards, increase beyond 20 percent, then impact to the popular Affliated schools will be felt much harder (stronger), eg : raised to 40 to 50 percent
The affliation will still be there. It will still exists, not that is going to be removed (abolished). But to be fair, let more outside students come in, enter the more popular Affliated schools.