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ATEK Press: (1) Teacher in Need; (2) Rising Foreign Sex Crime Rate Does Not Implicate Teachers

October 29, 2009

ATEK Press Release:  Teacher in Need

(Gyeonggido, South Korea)— The Association for Teachers of English in Korea (ATEK) is calling on it’s members and all in the English teaching community of Korea to help out a fellow teacher in need.

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ATEK Press Release:  Rising Foreign Sex Crime Rate Does Not Implicate English Teachers

The Association for Teachers of English in Korea (ATEK) is issuing a response to reports that foreign sex crimes are on the rise and that E-2 visa regulations should be consequently tightened, suggesting that foreign English teachers could be responsible for these acts.

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Dann Gaymer

Communications Director, The Association for Teachers of English in Korea (ATEK)

010-2335-4999, media@atek.or.kr

http://atek.or.kr/

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