Be constructive or be silent. — Former ATEK president Greg Dolezal
Back in March of 2009, ATEK’s spokesman Tony Hellmann promoted the “Equal Checks for All” campaign, declaring that “…all teachers should have the same standard that Korean teachers have: no drug tests and no HIV check.” The campaign was part and parcel of ATEK’s mantra and Hellmann, as its voice, set himself up for any criticism. Much of the criticism came because ATEK seemed focused on the E-2 crowd and the checks it faced.
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