[LETTERS TO THE EDITOR]Old habits die hardI read your article on education cost and emigration (Sept. 16). It was very informative, but one thing I noticed in many articles is that Koreans want to shield their children from the need for supplementary education.
But overseas Koreans usually set up the same “tutoring schools” that they say they are trying to get away from. There are private tutors and science, math and English academies. Do you have any more information on this subject?
by Robert Bittman
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