One of the most misunderstood “rights” in America is our First Amendment protection…what does it really mean?
Hello and thank you for stopping by. I am going to discuss the 1st Amendment to the Constitution.
The First Amendment is often referred to for freedom of speech, religion, the right protest, and even freedom of the press. Those assumptions are not entirely inaccurate, however, there is much more to it than the blanket approvals many people assume it represents. Since the United States is a country governed by the rule of law, it is important to understand the Constitution at a greater depth.
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Today, I am going to discuss a less popular, but dramatically important issue, which plagues not just the United States, but many other countries…and, this problem is spreading rapidly, and it negatively impacts the lives and safety of countless people, including children.
I am referring to the loopholes in the laws that allow many felons and other criminals to escape justice as they are recruited and employed to teach English in foreign countries around the world. Often referred to a ESL (or English as a Second Language), or TEFL (Teach English as a Foreign Language), these programs are often advertised as opportunities to see the world, work in a foreign country, and earn good money, all at the same time. Although many of these teaching opportunities are available directly to qualified teachers, most of the positions are filled by agencies.
The reasons for this are a bit diverse, and depend on the destination country needing the English Language teachers. Many of them lack the knowledge on how to recruit good native English teachers, while others simply lack the funding and resources to do the recruiting themselves – so they connect with agencies to help fulfill their need for teachers.
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