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Changes to Gangnam District public school
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Ruthdes



Joined: 16 Oct 2008
Location: Seoul

PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ThingsComeAround wrote:
newb wrote:
TheUrbanMyth wrote:
newb wrote:
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One of my NET friends works in Uijeongbu and this city has already kicked out most of the NETs in public schools despite having a conservatively-leaned city-level school board.


It's a good thing. We need less NETs in PS.



It's a good thing people are losing their jobs?


It's a good thing there are less job opportunities for foreign teachers?


Mind explaining why?


There are way too many transient NETs, me think.


Things like this happen that encourages transient behavior... Razz

And if we go back to the original topic, by hiring people who have been here at least two years and paying a competitive wage with good benefits, Gangnam District was actually discouraging transience.
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TheUrbanMyth



Joined: 28 Jan 2003
Location: It's not a superiority complex when you really are superior

PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

newb wrote:
TheUrbanMyth wrote:
newb wrote:
Quote:
One of my NET friends works in Uijeongbu and this city has already kicked out most of the NETs in public schools despite having a conservatively-leaned city-level school board.


It's a good thing. We need less NETs in PS.



It's a good thing people are losing their jobs?


It's a good thing there are less job opportunities for foreign teachers?


Mind explaining why?


There are way too many transient NETs, me think.



Worried about the competition?
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newb



Joined: 27 Aug 2012
Location: Korea

PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TheUrbanMyth wrote:
newb wrote:
TheUrbanMyth wrote:
newb wrote:
Quote:
One of my NET friends works in Uijeongbu and this city has already kicked out most of the NETs in public schools despite having a conservatively-leaned city-level school board.


It's a good thing. We need less NETs in PS.



It's a good thing people are losing their jobs?


It's a good thing there are less job opportunities for foreign teachers?


Mind explaining why?


There are way too many transient NETs, me think.



Worried about the competition?


No, not at all.
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