“Wait! My daughter died the same way six months ago. My daughter카지노 is also in a unfair situation, please listen to me.”
On the afternoon of the 24th, the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education in Jongno-gu, Seoul. During a press conference held by Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education Superintendent Cho Hee-yeon with the Federation of Teachers’ Organizations of Seoul, the Seoul branch of the Korean Teachers and Education Workers’ Union, and the Seoul Teachers’ Union, a man suddenly stood up from the back of the conference room and began to sob.
He was the father of a part-time teacher at a private elementary school in Seoul who made an extreme choice six months prior to the death of an elementary school teacher in Seocho-gu, Seoul. His father is said to have claimed that his daughter also heard verbal abuse from her parents, such as ‘I will feed you beans’ and ‘I will never let you stand in the church again’.
He struggled to continue his remarks, wiping away his tears with a stretched handkerchief. He said to Superintendent Cho, “They say there are similar cases across the country, but they say it takes a long time to file a complaint. Then, when the situation passes, it will be buried again, and my daughter is really unfair.”
“Yesterday (23rd) I went to an elementary school in Seocho-gu and cried a lot,” he said. “The teacher placed an artificial flower, but my daughter died without even receiving a single flower. My daughter was also a student and teacher in the same Republic of Korea, so please handle it the same way (she was involved in the Seocho-gu elementary school incident),” she shed tears.
The older brother of the deceased fixed-term teacher who came with him to the interview also said, “My younger sister is almost the same as the Seocho-gu elementary school incident. I am also working in a high school, but my younger brother is in a private school, so it seems that it is difficult to get help unlike public schools,” he pointed out.
Superintendent Cho, who heard the demands of the bereaved families, said, “I have been reported before.” If you have an interview with the relevant department, we will review it.”