The wheels of justice keep on turning. A class action lawsuit is in the works and the legal counsel representing Nova students (the NOVA higai taisaku Osaka bengodan) appears to be preparing to go after everyone involved with Nova's collapse.
The last time we looked at the numbers in the foreign language school market, they were obviously bad, reflecting the fallout from Nova's money woes.
After months of waiting and wondering, it seems that Nova instructors will at last receive their back wages.
The Japanese press has caught whiff of what instructors still hanging on with neo-Nova already know: many are losing their jobs through some creative firing. UPDATED
Here's a translation of an article in the Asahi Shimbun:
The Osaka Prefectural Police would like to have a word with Nozomu Sahashi.
A song for Nova teachers who still haven't been paid.
G.communication has announced in a press release that it will open their first franchise school and franchise the neo-Nova schools. [PDF in Japanese].
The Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry has decided to give Nova students a ¥200,000 yen subsidy.
A reader points out a Sankei Shimbun article saying that Anders Lundqvist has resigned.
Sponichi reported last week that g.communication completed its re-opening of schools, but not without a few hitches along the way.
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