Andrew Kim, an English teacher in South Korea’s education system, detects something “not quite right.”
For example, the goal of South Korean government employees: late-night patrols to ferret out children studying after 10pm.
And stop them.
As reported by Time Magazine‘s Amanda Ripley, to reduce the country’s addiction to private, after-hours tutoring, authorities are enforcing a studying curfew. Moreover, citizens who expose students studying past curfew, are awarded monetary compensation.
How would you feel about this type of education system in your country?