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January 06, 2005

Traveling British Teachers Safe

The Mainichi Shimbun reported today that two Saitama-based British English teachers believed to have been traveling in southeast Asia are safe. The report did not give names, but local boards of education said that both were British females. One is a teacher in Toda city who notified a fellow teacher of her whereabouts on January 2. The other, who contacted the BOE from her home in the UK, teaches in Iwatsuki. It can be inferred from the report that both teachers are ALT's on the JET Program.

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