'School 2013' Jang Nara May Be Fired From Her Teaching Job
By Staff Writer | December 05, 2012 06:31 PM EST
Jang Nara is on the verge of being fired from her contractual teaching job.
On the Tuesday episode of the new KBS Mon/Tues drama "School 2013," the story depicted the truth behind parent teacher meetings involving bullying, ignored teachers and overzealous parents who get in the way of teachers exercising their power.
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One mother who watches a window breaking incident stands firm against violence in school and says, "I think it might be the fault of the class's teacher," and wants to fire In Jae (Jang Nara) and put in Se Chan (Choi Daniel) instead.
When no student attends the extra class headed by In Jae, the principal says that she has to quit.
Because contractual teachers have no power over anything in school, she is at risk of losing her job and the drama points out the blatant unfairness and injustice that goes along with these teachers, who are discriminated against and treated unfairly by the parents and the school bureaucracy.
Viewers commented, "Will she really quit?" "Parents dictating schools, it's really scary."
The drama airs every Monday and Tuesday.
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