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lots of  fake certificates swarm into the market,it's pretty hard to identify.let's say,not important to have qualified,more importantly,more experiences and the sheer ability to teaching.

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Another coward not wanting to see his or her name published but get his or her biases across!

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RE; Don't we all have an accent? Only robots don't. Only robots don't

Robots are programmed,
the programming programmer got a slang since she/he's human...
wouldn't you agree on that one!!!

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I'm not a teacher (and never have been), but even I know that China DOES have lot of unqualified foreign teachers. I don't find the claims made by OP untrue, but he/she only presents one side of the coin.

The other side is that many of the "schools" recruiting foreigners do not have licenses to recruit foreigners to begin with, regardless of the foreigners' qualifications. I know such setups personally.

Secondly, the problem of unqualified teachers is not limited to foreigners. Many, many, more Chinese act as teachers, especially in rural China, with nothing but high school degree.

Of course foreigners are easier to manage in this scenario - you can fine and deport them. Meanwhile, China would not gain much from reducing emplpyment opportunities of its own citizens, no matter how unqualified they are.

But that coin also has another side. And that is, that if a school is only able to catch unqualified English teacher, would it be better for the children to have an unquaified Chinese teacher teaching English, or unqualified native English speaker teaching English?

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