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Q: How do you report a dishonest school to the ESL and Blacklist

I see there are advertisements from illegal schools here. How can you report one to the ESL and blacklist etc. 

7 years 51 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shenzhen

 
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Hi there, I don't know if there's an official way of doing it but I know if you logon to Dave's ESL Cafe they've got a huge thread listing regarding blacklisted schools. Again I'm not sure if there is an "official" blacklist as such but rather online compilations of various nasty schools that teachers and mentioned through the years.

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Hi there, I don't know if there's an official way of doing it but I know if you logon to Dave's ESL Cafe they've got a huge thread listing regarding blacklisted schools. Again I'm not sure if there is an "official" blacklist as such but rather online compilations of various nasty schools that teachers and mentioned through the years.

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You just flame them on the china forum of daves esl cafe.

 

bad marketing of essays again, like anybody here needs this service.

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this is good for us teachers born and educated in the "RIGHT" countries but is useless for anyone on a forged work visa or was conned into theit job.

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