Why do English teachers have to be native speakers?

In Japan, North -American and British varieties of English, and exams largely based on then such as TOEIC and TOEFL have been the standard for learning English. This article looks at how English teachers from India and the Philippines are challenging the stereotype that only Western native-speakers can be good English teachers. Japan Times, April 15, 2010. Read all this article.

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