The Business of International Teacher Recruitment

@article{Caravatti2015TheBO,
  title={The Business of International Teacher Recruitment},
  author={Marie-Louise Caravatti},
  journal={Bildung und Erziehung},
  year={2015},
  volume={68},
  pages={445 - 458}
}
This paper examines two aspects of international teacher recruitment: its contribution to the development of an on-demand hiring model and challenges stemming from the emergence of an international recruitment industry. In the face of significant costs and abuses affecting both the education system and migrant teachers and the absence of regulation, the author concludes that strong education unions are the best means of defending teacher interests and professional standards. 

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