The International teaching scene is due to change according to a leaked doucment discovered in one of the middle east governments internal memo's. As part of educational reform sweeping the region, governments are likely to start implementing tax in line with the countries where the teachers originate from. In addition consideration is also to be given for additional deductions to be made to generate extra funds for low credit rated countries. This should help some of the key European countries some way towards offsetting their debts. Teachers from Spain, Greece, Italy and UK are likely to be hit hardest one media reported today. Free accomodation is also likely to be a thing of the past as charges will be made for housing. However, staff will be allowed to set up their own professional unions and set a standard pay system. These are proposals currently at an early stage but due for putting before the next senior government meeting later this week one source confirmed.