A somewhat bleak picture

Postbox letter from Scott

The loss of millions of jobs throughout the economy will likely result in fewer people being able to afford to send their children to private schools and the reduction in both the number of students and revenue will require a reduction in spending, most likely including on salaries.


Future demand for English teachers in Thailand

Postbox letter from Scott

I suspect when government and private schools do open back up it will be with far fewer English teachers.


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