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Who will judge the ESL Judge?

By Tdol on Jan 15, 2008 | | 14 Comments

ESLJudge claims to be a site that 'allows ESL schools and teachers to resolve disputes professionally and fairly', which is a laudable aim.  However, it certainly does not live up to its lofty aims and is unlikely ever to do so.  It was launched far too early, which in itself is probably enough to strangle it at birth. 

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