Despite key "eikaiwa" union victories in 2015, job insecurity and stagnant wages continue to plague the language teaching industry
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If English schools in Japan do not take firm steps to protect teachers, it may only be a matter of time before another Lindsay Hawker is murdered — this time on their watch.
Amid profits and expansion, why does Big Eikaiwa keep slamming teachers — and teaching standards — down year after year? The answer is simple: Because the teachers put up with it, and because the schools have figured this out.