How to teach English online: How to retire and become an English teacher
An English teacher in Georgia has been beheaded and the death toll from a teacher beheading in Georgia rose to six, state media reported Sunday.
A total of six teachers were killed in Georgia, where the number of teacher beheadings has soared in recent years.
Georgia’s state news agency, the AJC, reported that police had arrested three suspects and said they were armed with a knife.
The suspect, a 20-year-old man, has been charged with murder and kidnapping, the news agency reported.
The news agency also reported that a 17-year veteran of Georgia’s state-run broadcaster, Georgia Radio and Television, was being questioned.
The station’s director has also been detained.
Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPRB) was suspended on Friday for allegedly not paying the salary of a new state employee who had recently retired.
A GPRB spokesman told the AJE that the suspension was temporary and the employees who were hired to replace the state employee would be reinstated, the AP news agency reports.
Georgia, a state with a long history of teaching English to native speakers, has seen a surge in teaching English online.
Teachers have been using the Internet to spread information and promote education in schools in the past few years.
In the past several years, there has also become a push for more transparency in the profession and for the government to do more to ensure teachers are not being targeted for being in the wrong profession, according to a recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office.