Premium Talking Tips: Jobs of 7,000 English teachers in doubt with axing of after-school classes

Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking today? Then, please check this out article by The Korea Times.



Students attend after-school classes at Seoul Geumho Elementary School. / Korea Times file


Elementary schools will be banned from running intensive English after-school classes for first and second-grade students from March to make them concentrate on learning Korean. The Ministry of Education said it will terminate the temporary approval for the program on Feb.28, despite opposition from parents and after-school class teachers, many of whom are contract workers. 


Chyung Eun-ju, Park Si-soo 


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