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English Instructors Start Network Against Discrimination

March 11, 2009

The Association for Teachers of English in Korea (ATEK) was officially launched Wednesday to promote the interests of 25,000 English instructors here. 

“We need information that helps us understand, protects our rights and gives us better access to services, improves our teaching, and makes living and working in Korea more convenient,’’ its President Tom Rainey-Smith, 27, said at a press conference at the Seoul Global Center. 

ATEK is the only organization of its kind in Korea and all three founding board members are working teachers, including Vice President Jason Thomas. 

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