Does this seem ok to you? Specifically, I am referring to the portions which read "I am in need of someone who might feel qualified to teach..." and "if you have any knowledge, at all, of those languages, please touch base with me."
Any knowledge AT ALL???? Shouldn't a teacher have a lot of knowledge about the topics they are teaching? Does SFP have any standards for faculty teaching freshmen whose parents are paying close to ten thousand dollars in fees and tuition for their child's first year? Were there similar minimum criteria for SFP alumnus and child rapist former teacher Rodney Alejandro (whom I blogged about last December): This child rapist former SFP teacher is also a graduate
Can't they find anyone qualified to teach there without sending this pathetic email to their alumni base? (I would be absolutely mortified if I were Brother Leonard.)
Maybe not, I guess. Maybe they can't find anyone. Sometimes you don't get what you pay for.
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