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In Brief: 'Activist' teacher transferred

In Brief: 'Activist' teacher transferred

A teacher at Treal High School was transferred to a different school by the provincial department of education after speaking out against corruption and nepotism. Sun Thun said that the director of his school was not happy with him as he tried to "advocate" good governance to students. "It is discrimination," he said Thursday. "We have complained against the transfer, but there is no result yet," he added. Sun Thun said he will stay at the school until the result of the complaint comes out.


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