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My Teaching Days May Be Numbered
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At least 12,000 teachers in Hubei province feel cheated as the diplomas they gained from a local normal college are recognized only within the province, and not nationwide.

Li Ping (not a real name), a teacher from Yichang, Central China's Hubei province, got a teaching job in Shenzhen in May. But Li lost her position recently because the employer found that her bachelor's degree could not be verified on www.chsi.com.cn, the sole website designated by the Ministry of Education[.]

Uh oh. Is this some new standard or something? You actually need a degree to be a professor? If that's the case, I'm gonna have to profess ignorance on this one. Someone really should have told me that a long time ago.

You don't think one needs some kind of special training or certificate or something to be a lawyer, do you? That would really limit my options following this impending teaching fiasco.

I do feel sorry for the people that were swindled, though.

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