900 high school teachers with children.The anti-corruption measures

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900 high school teachers with children.The anti-corruption measures

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Amid growing public distrust over public education due to the leakage of the school records, 900 teachers from high schools such as their children are found to be attending public schools nationwide.

In order to prevent the recurrence of school corruption, the education office in Seoul, Incheon, and Gwangju has started to take measures such as introducing a "supreme pill" that does not assign teachers and children to the same schools.

According to the data that Rep. Kim Hae-young of the main opposition Minjoo Party of Korea, who belongs to the National Assembly's Education Committee, received from the Ministry of Education, 900 teachers from 521 high schools nationwide.

By region, Gyeonggi Province had the largest number of high schools with 100 teachers (190 teachers), followed by 54 high schools in Seoul (73 teachers), 52 in South Gyeongsang (495 teachers), 48 in South Chungcheong Province (33 teachers), and 47 in North Gyeongsang Province (89).

According to the school classification, 348 private high schools (66.79 percent) outnumbered 173 public high schools. Among private high schools, 21 special-purpose high schools and 17 self-accident schools had 68 teachers attending the same schools as their children.

Nine teachers were working at the same school as 11 children at a private high school in Gyeonggi Province, while seven teachers were attending the same school.

The city and provincial education offices have come up with similar measures in line with the ministry`s policy to introduce a system to prevent repeated corruption in school records.

Previously, the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education decided to implement an anti-corruption system to prevent the recurrence of the "myung Women's High School scandal." Public school teachers who attend public schools such as their children will be asked to move to another school for regular personnel appointments next March, and private school teachers will also recommend telegrams[url]<a href="https://www.betsarang.com">토토사이트</a>[/url]

The Gwangju Metropolitan Office of Education has decided to hand over teachers working with their children to 20 schools in the city on March 1st of next year. The ministry will revise regulations on personnel management of secondary education officials to prevent teachers from being assigned to high schools where their children are attending, and private high school teachers will also issue telegrams, public and private tours within corporations.

The Incheon Metropolitan Office of Education also plans to revise the personnel management regulations to prevent parents and children from attending the same school from 2020, and to hand over their children and teachers working in one school until then.

"The biggest issue is how to introduce the system in farming and fishing areas where the number of private schools and schools cannot be enforced," said a representative for Kim's officeSome critics say that because of the high proportion of school records, the upper part of the college entrance system is only an ostensible measure and that it infringes upon the right to teach students.

In fact, 77.3 percent of the nation's four-year college admissions will be selected through the recruitment process. Unlike the regular schedule, Su-si has a far higher percentage of students' textbooks or the student body's comprehensive model.

This is the reason why some are asking for more regular recruitment to recruit students through the college entrance exam, which is sure of objectivity and fairness.

The North Jeolla Province Office of Education has proposed a stance against the introduction of the system, saying that the system drives teachers as potential criminals.

"Even if teachers and children are at the same school, they are not allowed to be in the same grade," Jeonbuk Education Minister Kim Seung-hwan said at an expanded board meeting in August this year.

"Some point out that students cannot go to schools that teachers or students want," said Choi Eun-soon, president of the National Association for Education and Parents.