This summer, Chinese state media announced that of the 400,000 foreign citizens working in China as English-language teachers in 2017, an estimated two-thirds were doing so illegally. Callan Quinn reports.
Canada-based KGIC (formerly Loyalist Group) has said a statement issued last year declaring the sale of Korean education agency Uhak.com “may have been premature”, as the sale of the asset had not been consummated.
Some ESL providers in Canada have chosen not to comply with new KASP requirements and have been taken off the list of eligible recipients. Meanwhile, others which have, say student numbers continue to fall.