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Female teacher accused of inappropriate relationship
A 33-year-old female middle school teacher has been found having inappropriate relationship with one of her pupils. According to Gangseo Police Station in Seoul, the contract female teacher allegedly had sex with a 15-year-old student in her car at an underground park last week.
3 US schools ink MOUs to promote TaLK
The National Institute for International Education (NIIED) has signed agreements with three U.S. universities to recruit American students to teach English at rural Korean schools.
[HS] Smartphone application offers info on blacklisted restaurants
Seoul Metropolitan Government has introduced a smartphone application that provides users with blacklisted restaurants in the city. The city government said Friday that it developed the program, “Seoul Safety Foodstuff,” to inform people of recognized and excellent restaurants.
Protests to baffle police during G20 summit
A number of civic groups including known activists are preparing to stage protests during the G20 Seoul Summit in November, police said Friday.
English teachers to meet Sat.
KOTESOL, an association of English teachers, will hold its annual international conference at Sookmyung Women’s University on Saturday and Sunday. The group said Friday it will host the two-day event inviting English education experts here and overseas and more than 1,500 people are expected to participate in the conference.
Rules on foreign schools to be eased
Rules on conditions for the establishment of foreign education institutes in free economic zones (FEZs) and the Jeju International Free City will be eased to attract more foreign schools.
Forum on role of research universities
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) hosted Monday an international forum for research-oriented universities to discuss their role in the technology and science sectors.
ETS scholarship networks future leaders
A scholarship program, organized by the TOEFL and TOEIC test developer, Educational Testing Service (ETS), is helping competitive young collegians network with each other.
TOPIK to have speaking section
The government plans to add a speaking section to the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) which currently consists of four parts ㅡ vocabulary and grammar, writing, listening and reading.
Universities suffer huge stock losses
Ajou University in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, and other universities have suffered huge losses from investments in stocks, raising concern over their financial soundness amid their increasing exposure to risky assets.
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