Poaching teachers

Brian is back to the blog with a post on a British promise to stop poaching teachers from less-developed Commonwealth countries.

In California, districts often recruit bilingual (or just Spanish speaking) teachers from Mexico, South America and Spain. Eastern Europe is a good source for math teachers too.

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  1. >Instead of moaning about “poaching”, why don’t these places try to get this thing organised as a valuable export industry?>Instead of moaning about “poaching”, why don’t these places try to get this thing organised as a valuable export industry?

  2. I suppose they could always chain the teachers to their desks. Who do they think they are, exercising freedom of choice and opting for a better life for themselves and their families.

    Ingrates.