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  • This would be illegal, right?

    Recently my friend who has only an undergrad degree in a subject which isn't part of the school's curriculum, is an American, say, citizen, and has an Indonesian wife was made the following job offer from an "international" school, i.e. SPK: "your wife will sponsor you, and you will act as a teacher manager as well as teaching some English and science classes". That would not be legal, correct?

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    I don't know the Indonesian Education Law/Regulations , lets suppose the best hypothesis that the 5 years experience (required for the Work Permit) is exempted , would your friend still comply with the necessary credentials to teach English and Science ?

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    • #3
      I'm no legal expert in Indonesia, but having seen schools do all manner of shady things to circumvent the ridiculous international teacher requirements, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say it is illegal.

      Also, I love the title of this thread

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      • #4
        Originally posted by tomasturtle View Post
        Recently my friend who has only an undergrad degree in a subject which isn't part of the school's curriculum, is an American, say, citizen, and has an Indonesian wife was made the following job offer from an "international" school, i.e. SPK: "your wife will sponsor you, and you will act as a teacher manager as well as teaching some English and science classes". That would not be legal, correct?
        As I can that Illegal....

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