Made up of 29 coral atolls and 5 islands, with a population of just over 68,000, the Marshall Islands is a tiny and secluded nation. Lacking many resources, schools are in need of English teachers. While Marshallese is the first official language, English is the second official language and as of 2001, it became the primary language for instruction. With this, many Marshallese high school students hope to move overseas to pursue an international education at some of the world’s top universities. English teachers, particularly volunteer teachers, are in high demand. Aside from providing students with the resources to receive a great education, what’s not to like about endless sunshine and unlimited coconuts?!
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