Three Challenges of Starting an English school
If you’ve worked in the EFL industry abroad for more than a year, you more than likely have experienced your fair share of awful schools with poor management. Schools are usually opened by individuals with profit being the sole motive. If the school isn’t managed directly by the owner, you’ve most likely had a local Director that has no experience in education or working with foreigners. This leads many experienced TEFLers to say, “I could do this so much better. Why don’t I open my own school?”. Having been . . .
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