South Korean province to cut back on foreign English teachers

12/1/2010 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

Officials in Gyeonggi, South Korea, say they will hire fewer foreign English-speaking teachers because they are no longer affordable. The province currently has 2,256 such teachers, but it wants to eliminate 200 by next year. "We plan to gradually reduce foreign teachers and replace them with Korean English conversation teachers," a provincial official said.

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