I understand and appreciate this conduct; that's why I want to be a teacher in Japan. My fear when I told you about this testimony is that foreigner teacher may be seen incapable of do the same job as a Japanese teacher, if he wants to, just because he is foreigner (this person who testimony didn't want, for example, so that wasn't a problem leave the situation with the Japanese teachers).
In Brazil the teachers can't do much for their students, that's frustrating - if you tell "Hey, that's wrong, don't do that" and it is not about your lecture, all the family of the children goes to the school and say "Do your job, leave our kid alone" but at the same time, this same family says that "Teachers may educate our children for life". It doesn't make any sense, you know?
And sometimes if it is about your lecture, if the student receives low grades, for example, all the family says "It's wrong, you can't reprove our kid!" even you can prove the kid didn't go to the classes, didn't do the exercises and is always making trouble in the classroom.