GTO: 14 Days in Shonan, 7
By Tohru Fujisawa
Eikichi Onizuka is a 23-year-old ex-gang member. He is also the World’s Greatest Teacher! As he began his quest to become the ultimate educator The young Onizuka discovers two principles of teaching – a social conscience and a sense of morality. So while he cannot use his strength on his kids his street smarts allow him to garner respect across the student body. As a homeroom teacher Onizuka focuses mainly on teaching life lessons, unfortunately his methods have created a stir among the PTA. To change the educational system as a whole, he embarks on a mission whereas he will individually mentor each student one-by-one, allowing each student to overcome their problems, whether they come from the classroom or from their home living rooms.
In this seventh volume of GTO 14 Days in Shonan, Eikichi efforts have been fruitful and now he believes he can finally relax in his hometown. Unfortunately, now trouble seems to have hunted him down. Two of his old students have located him and they have settled in amongst hischildren’s home hideout. Old flames have been rekindled and Onizuka’s lack of maturity will inspire some of his biggest admirers to enact their vengeance on the Great Teacher.