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March 2011 - Dissecting DSS Schools

Weighing Cost and Quality

DSS schools get to receive government subsidies and charge students' fees, so they have the resources to provide better facilities and teaching environment. Does this mean they are necessarily better? By Gavin Li and Joana U

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