The actions and financial troubles of the Nova Group, Japan's largest English conversation school, and one man's experience with the company.
When I began my college career, I had a simple goal: I wanted to be a teacher. In high school, I was blessed to have teachers who took a shy kid with massive doubts about his abilities and helped him to become a confident young man who takes pride in his talents. I knew that at some point, I wanted to have such a positive impact on a person's life. The question of where to teach is one I wondered about. And three years ago, the answer fell into my lap when I discovered about English language instruction in Japan.