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Chapter 409 Regret

  • “You see, I graduated with a degree in early childhood education and even went abroad to further my studies. I have dedicated half of my life to early childhood education. If it becomes known that I’ve been fired due to my misconduct, I will never be able to find employment in this field again. My future will be ruined,” Samara begged Cora bitterly. In fact, Samara could see that this woman was very caring. The point was that Byron cared about her very much. Even in that short period, Byron’s gaze frequently fell upon her, unable to hide his overflowing affection.
  • So as long as this woman could speak up for herself, she would definitely be able to keep her job. However, she did not expect Cora’s response to her desperate plea. Cora asked, “You only think about yourself getting fired and wasting your lifelong learning. But have you ever considered the psychological impact on those children you expelled because of your abuse of power? How much influence will it have on their future lives?” Samara was speechless again. And Cora shook off her hand and followed her into the car. Samara watched as the car drove away, leaving her with tears of regret.
  • Soon after, on their way back, Byron contacted his secretary. “Publish a job posting for the position of director of Sunflower Kindergarten. It should prioritize candidates with relevant qualifications and work experience, but most importantly, they must possess good character.” “Well, I’ll check it out during the interview.” With today’s incident, Byron couldn’t take the position of director lightly. In addition to recruiting a new director, Byron added, “By the way, check if there’s any record in the kindergarten system of the children previously expelled by Ms. Olsen.
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