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August 04, 2008

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Bob Knaus

You say:

"This skills shortage explains the increasing need of Bahamian businesses, large and small, to import foreign labour to fill their legitimate needs."

Would Bahamians accept the importation of foreign teachers to fill the legitimate need for educating the nation's children?

Yup. I know. There's some history here. Just thought I'd ask.

yesman

Would Bahamians accept the importation of foreign teachers to fill the legitimate need for educating the nation's children?

I sure would.
My best teachers were mostly non-Bahamians. They were from the UK, US, Canada and a couple different parts of Africa.

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