Program draws English teachers to rural South Korean schools

08/29/2011 | Korea Herald (Seoul), The

The Teach and Learn in Korea initiative has, for the past three years, offered native English-speakers the opportunity to work in rural South Korean schools. The teachers get to experience life and culture in a foreign country, while their Korean students get the benefit of learning English from a native speaker. The English teachers receive a stipend and subsidies from the South Korean government.

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