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Schools tactics to get more enrollments

February 2, 2010

What did you think of the topic discussed in the Liberal Studies pages on Tuesday?

Do you think schools should be using different tactics to better their image and attract students?

Teachers at Fung Kai No 1 Secondary School patrol the school on bicycles to make sure students behave properly. Photo: SCMP/ David Wong

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Erik permalink
    February 14, 2010 11:19 pm

    At first, I was really shocked by the action that those teachers took i.e. bicycle patrolling. It was ridiculous and odd for teachers to monitor students’ behavior outside school.

    I am amused by its positive outcome. The reputation of that school is enhanced. And the enrollment is much stable. That is good news. Perhaps bicycle patrolling will become role-model of other en-dangered schools.

  2. nono permalink
    February 11, 2010 2:38 pm

    nowadays school are bit by bit more and students are little by little is not eccentric for schools to use different tactic to attract the best students in order to improve the academic result in public examination.
    despite the brilliant students will help a school enhance their renown level,in turn ,a school
    will be get more well-quality student.
    But from an another point of view, some schools will become non-popular and being deserted
    by students and their parents and at length close down.the most important is it is not righteous for those who are studying in schools will find them self arduous to find another school ,chiefly the adored one , being an dropout.
    so, it is vital to improve this abnormal phenomenon.

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