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Jin akashini

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Hello every body,

I would like you ask you meaning of the red phrase “well-off” here in this case. I find that "well-off" means "rich, wealthy", but I'm not sure.

I can not guess what it means!

" The fact that the group of 20 teachers in this study are located in reasonably ‘well-off’ environments, both socially and economically, provides validity to the study. The findings in this study indicate that the type of teaching in Vietnamese high schools is still very traditional and teacher-centred"

There above sentence is a document on education, here is link

http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ847202.pdf ?

Many thanks,
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