The online learning industry is expected to be valued at $1 trillion by 2028. Venture capitalists are making record breaking profits, often 40% to 60% returns on their investments, while exploiting the labor of online teachers and ripping off students.It should come...
Since I was a kid, I always liked to toot my own horn and calculate my own risks. I never cared for sports or working in large groups. I hate relying on people for things that I can do faster and more efficiently myself. I think that a lot of online teachers feel the...
It’s a funny, old business being a self-employed teacher. Especially in a foreign land. Especially online. Especially nowadays. I emigrated to Spain in 1992 and although I do other stuff like make videos, edit, write stories and play music, it is teaching that keeps...
A new virtual learning platform, owned by freelance teachers, confronts inequality, and discrimination in virtual education by forming an international teacher cooperative. Poised to open this Spring, MyCoolClass is an international cooperative of freelance teachers...
We’ve all heard the pitch. “Work from anywhere”, “earn a superior wage”, “make your own schedule” … The promises are abundant, but the real story behind online teaching is one of social injustice, broken promises, and disposable heroes. Let’s look into the...
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