*Teaching English in Japan*
"There are those who delude themselves into thinking that universities and
publicly owned institutions don`t care about the bottom line. I know that they do.
To say that English schools are not good places to work because they are
for profit is fallacious. All institutions base decisions on the bottom line.
Unfortunately, many university professors in Japan know exactly what I`m
The money has to come from somewhere, even at publicly owned
educational institutions. What matters more is who your boss is
and do you agree with the educational philosophy of the institution in question."
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