Recognition of rights of EFL teachers

Recognition of rights of EFL teachers

The English language sector represents a significant part of our economy, yet EFL teachers face discrimination when compared to their counterparts in public and private schools. Not only do they earn less per year even while working throughout the summer, but they are also inexplicably barred from joining unions like the MUT. If EFL teachers were given the recognition, rights, and importance they deserve, this would help to ensure that standards are improved and this crucial sector safeguarded.


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