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South Korea closes B.C. school: 14 teachers caught in 'bureaucratic nightmare'

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South Korean immigration officials are forcing the closure of an international school that teaches the B.C. curriculum and ordering 14 B.C.-certified teachers to leave the country, according to the B.C. government.

The Canada B.C. International School (CBIS) was suddenly ordered out of South Korea on April 11.

Immigration officials have ordered it to stay out for a year in the first phase of a crackdown on international schools.

B.C.'s Ministry of Education posted an update on the school on April 27.

It confirmed that "the school recently confirmed to the ministry that it did not have appropriate local licensing."


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