The Busan Metropolitan Office of Education has built a cooperative system for cracking down on illegal private lessons, cram schools and other unregistered education programs.
Five education branches in Busan will cooperate on investigations with local law enforcement.
The education office will also distribute newsletters to households, notifying parents about laws regarding illegal sources of education.
Source: Busan eFM News
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