UK teacher: 'Working in Hong Kong has its perks’
Thousands of teachers are being lured abroad with lucrative pay packages as England's schools grapple with a recruitment crisis, Ofsted warns.
Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw says elite public schools have been opening up branches abroad, leading to a boom in international schools.
Alex, a teacher who has worked for an international school in Hong Kong for the past three years, outlined the lure of teaching abroad.
26 Feb 2016