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Kangning English School

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Kangning English School

Postby Edhelnis » 12 Jul 2015, 03:56

Hi everyone!

I'm in the middle of negotiating a contract for a teaching job at KangNing English School in Zhudong, Xinzhu. Does anyone have any experiences working with this school? There's so little information on the school and it's been so informal, it's made me a little worried.

I'd really appreciate and information anyone can give!
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Re: Kangning English School

Postby ZimzamBang » 13 Jul 2016, 03:06

Hi

Did you end up taking this position.

I'm in a similar situation so would like some info...


Thanks
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