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|Title:||Practical schools ; Pakistan heritage||Statement of Responsibility:||programme director, Horatio Tse ; executive producer, Peter Kwan ; ATV News and Public Affairs production.||Issue Date:||2001||Publisher:||Hong Kong : ATV||Series/Report no.:||Inside story ; [2001-0130]||Abstract:||First part of the episode looks at the practical schools in Hong Kong, which provide an alternative vocational education for unmotivated students. But the practical schools will be phased out next year and students will be integrated into mainstream schools. While many agree with the plan in principle, there are fears that unless teacher training is improved and class size is reduced, the reform will fail.||Description:||1 streaming video file (ca. 23 min.) : digital, stereo
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Originally released as a television broadcast on January 30, 2001.
Presenter, Samantha Butler.
Cameramen, Kwok Man-lung ... [et al.] ; video tape editors, Chau Kwok-wai, Gary Ip, Phil Harding ; managing editor, Samantha Butler ; research & translation, Regina Lai ; reporters, Samantha Butler, Ng Hau-king, Joe Kainz.
|Subjects:||Vocational education -- China -- Hong Kong
Vocational school students -- China -- Hong Kong
Underachievers -- Education -- China -- Hong Kong
Education, Secondary -- China -- Hong Kong
|Appears in Collections:||Special Needs|
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