That being said, I have never in my life seen nor heard of the level of unethical practices on the scale that I observed in Korean schools.
Many Koreans I talk to absolutely don't believe me when I say that money in white envelopes doesn't change hands in the American system.
But in Korea, this is common enough that people actually think this is commonplace in the rest of the world. And from observing what happens in Korean schools, from listening to my students, and from getting into raging clashes with administrators as I refuse to be cooperate with such corruption directly, I know it is commonplace.
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