English phonics lessons expensive in Korea

12/15/2008 | Korea Herald (Seoul), The

English phonics education in Korea's specialised private schools is expensive, but some families say their children must take the classes to keep up with their peers. Teachers say students whose parents can afford the private schools excel, creating a social divide that they hope to prevent by offering free English lessons to underprivileged students.

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