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warning - rant

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by happygreenfrog, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. happygreenfrog

    happygreenfrog Occasional commenter

    To OP, sadly you stand nowhere, though a little class from that head teacher would be appreciated.
    I once accepted a post overseas, signed the contract, travelled out and stayed in accommodation seven days prior to the commencemnet of term, to be then told the day before I was due in school, that there was no job for me! Fortunately, the head teacher did have some class and a month's salary and all expenses paid allowed me to quickly find an alternative post elsewhere without any ill feeling.

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