Hong Kong school works to foster creativity

Kau Yan School in Hong Kong goes against traditional stereotypes of Asian schools by working to foster students' creativity -- often allowing pupils to spend the afternoon working on creative projects, music, art and other tasks, according to education reporter Dave Breitenstein. As he travels Asia to compare Southwest Florida education to the rest of the world, he also has found that schools in South Korea thrive on competition, with students striving for perfection.

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