The Koreans come to the Philippines to study and learn the English language. Our schools provide competent teachers of the English language. Aside from that, the climate is close to theirs and the cost of living is also cheaper compared to the United States. There were Koreans in my school when I was in grade school. I also had Korean and Taiwanese classmates again in high school. Same thing, they want to learn English. Well, that can be an assurance that we have competent English instructors.
As for general education in the Philippines, there are some aspects that are poor or of low quality. But of course, there is a continuing goal to provide good quality education to all students. From the physical infrastructure of our school buildings, provisions of books and learning materials, as well as employment of competent teachers, I think the government and the private sector are pushing for these things.
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