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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

British education abroad at a third of the cost
25th November 2014

Education is the second biggest concern after civil unrest for those moving countries, so good schools are in demand
Across the globe demand for international schools teaching the English curriculum is increasing at a dramatic rate. So much so it is beginning to impact the relocation choices of British expatriates ...


UK - Tristram Hunt: confusion over AS-levels 'biggest issue' in secondary education
21st November 2014

Uncertainty over changes to AS-levels is the "biggest real-time issue" facing secondary education in England, shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt will say today.

The Labour politician is due to tell delegates at the Association of Colleges annual conference in Birmingham that the decision to scrap AS-levels as a "staging post" ...

UK - Nick Gibb speaks to education publishers about quality textbooks
21st November 2014

Thank you - it's a great pleasure to be here today (20 November 2014) and I'd like to thank the Educational Publishers Council and the British Educational Suppliers Association for inviting me.

Last May at the Kettner's Educational Publishers' lunch I said that the government's new approach to education policy, ...

Eastern Ambitions
21st November 2014

A growing number of prestigious UK independent schools are establishing themselves with significant success internationally. Schools such as Harrow, Shrewsbury, Dulwich and Brighton College have already forged significant reputations in Asia, particularly in South East Asia and the Middle East where the demand for high-quality, English-medium education is the greatest......

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