Hong Kong school hits the right note with music lessons

An administrator at a struggling primary school in Hong Kong is working to improve student achievement through music. Kenyon Law Kin-yeung says music instruction at the school has helped students and teachers develop stronger bonds, and helped students relax and develop more confidence. "I had a lot of hurdles in my own education, so I know that it's important that lessons should be student-centred," he said.

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