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South Korean film crew at James Clemens for documentary series

A South Korean national film crew is at James Clemens High School this week, working on a documentary series entitled: “The Perfect School.”

They are showcasing JCHS AP Psychology teacher Blake Harvard, renowned in education circles through a blog and articles on teaching methodologies and memory retrieval.

Footage included an interview with Harvard and with JCHS Principal Dr. Brian Clayton, as well as general shots of everyday school scenes.

The media group started in Los Angeles. After two days at JCHS, they plan school stops in Finland, United Kingdom, New Zealand and elsewhere in development of the series for its DocuPrime show, the equivalent of PBS in America.

The 10-part “Perfect School” series is scheduled to start airing in January.

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