Scandal-ridden English language schools close doors

Nearly a thousand British language teachers were left fearing for their jobs today after Nova, the scandal-ridden owner of Japan’s biggest chain of language schools, closed its doors and filed for court protection from creditors who are owed at least ¥43.9bn (£187m). Guardian, 26 October, 2007. Read more.

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