Link to Video (11 minutes)
"Cambodia had to start from scratch after two decades of war and devastation. In the education sector the problems were immense: an acute shortage of teachers since many had been killed under the Khmer Rouge regime, inadequate classrooms, an antiquated curriculum and a dearth of teaching materials. With the help of the international community, Cambodia is rebuilding from the bottom up, targeting the primary school sector in an effort to increase literacy and reduce the drop-out rate."
Includes early education, elementary, middle and high school.
Link to Video (60 minutes)
"Describes the early childhood educational program in American Samoa which benefits over 2,500 children in 160 villages. Teacher selection, curriculum development, teacher-made materials, and training of paraprofessional teachers are also covered."
Link to Video (50 minutes)
"The focus here is on a revolution that is beginning in learning and education. It looks to create the best learning and education system for America. The movie stresses how we must bring out the best in each child, and how we can teach our children to come up with their own solutions for problem solving. You will see classroom methods of teaching. Educators will be voicing their opinions and what the future teacher should be doing to inspire our children in learning."
Link to Video (17 minutes)
"Describes the development of the Hawaiian language immersion school program in the State of Hawaii. Includes interviews with student teachers, classroom scenes, and excerpts from "Mānaleo," a television program featuring native speakers."
Link to Video (28 minutes. Hawaiian with English subtitles)
"Gives a historical overview of a successful pre-school Hawaiian language immersion program which started out on Kauai and has branched out to the other islands. It has enabled hundreds of young children to become fluent in Hawaiian."
Link to Video (60 minutes)
"Demonstrates the use of telecommunication in education by providing video links throughout by state by the Hawaii Interative Television System (HITS) and voice communication with the Pacific countries via satellite links made available by PEACESAT."
Link to Video (28 minutes)
"This film describes the path which leads to a successful life in business or government in Japan and the extreme difficulty of gaining entry to that path though the only available door--a top university."
Link to Video (13 minutes)
"Describes new programs funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education Title III grant: Anthropology Project, Marine Science Program, American Samoa Institute of Technology, Critical Issues and Explorations."