International School News
These are just some of the news stories listed and fully accessible this week on the ISC Online news service - one of the many features of ISC Online
High demand drives massive growth of international education in Asia
The rapid expansion of international schooling is a 21st century phenomenon which has had huge implications for education in Asia. During the 20th century international schools were the preserve of children of expat families, diplomats, politicians and society's elite. Since the turn of the millennia, that has changed and the ...
28th January 2015
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announces final content for more rigorous and demanding arts GCSEs and A levels, and GCSE computer science.
UK - High-quality and more rigorous arts-based GCSEs and A levels
26th January 2015
Final content for more rigorous and demanding GCSEs in music, art and design, dance and physical education (PE), and A levels in dance, music and PE, has been published ...
UK - Decisions following consultation on GCSEs and A levels
26th January 2015
- Ofqual has confirmed the assessment arrangements for a number of GCSE, AS and A level subjects which will be taught from 2016.
- Art and design
- Computer science
And reformed GCSEs, AS and A levels in the following subjects:
- Physical education
- Ofqual has produced a short document explaining the ...
New Zelaland - New school on the block
25th January 2015
While parents ensure uniforms are neatly ironed and all stationery is labelled, Tauranga's first independent school is keeping just as busy as it prepares to open its doors to students for the very first time.
ACG Tauranga, a private school to be operated by the Academic Colleges Group, will open ..