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The disadvantaged need the best teachers

David Cameron wants to bring opportunity to everyone, wherever they live, whatever their background. It’s an admirable intention, but he really needs to get on with it in our country’s schools. The geographical lottery in educational achievement means that only … Continue reading

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Some Illinois Public School Teachers Earning Six-Figure Salaries, But Not Many

Chicago Sun-Times: http://www.suntimes.com/5484550-417/some-illinois-public-school-teachers-earning-six-figure-salaries.html Want to wind up making at least six figures as a public school teacher? Send your resume to Highland Park or Deerfield High School, both in Township High School District 113. The district — which has no … Continue reading

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Ghana International School & SOS Children’s Villages: A Dichotomy of Education in Ghana

Source: http://www.gis.edu.gh/ Message from the Principal Akwaaba to the Ghana International School website, and thank you for showing interest in our school. For more than fifty years, Ghana International School has been the leader of quality British education in Ghana … Continue reading

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Are there advantages to being a Non-Native-English Speaking Teacher?

NNEST stands for, “Nonnative English Speaking Teachers”. The native speaker / non-native speaker debate is still alive within the ELT profession. Furthermore, it makes no pretense of going to what would by now be a timely death. But that’s not … Continue reading

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