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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

UAE - Adec freezes admissions for 24 ‘low performing’ private schools
24th June 2016

ABU DHABI // Two dozen schools in Abu Dhabi that are failing their pupils have been banned from enrolling new ones until they raise standards. The 24 private schools have failed to improve over the past three inspections by the regulator, Abu Dhabi Education Council. Hamad Al Dhaheri of Adec......

International schools: local enrolments fuelling huge market expansion
24th June 2016

The outlook for the already booming international schools sector remains bullish as ISC Research forecasts that by 2026, the K-12 international school market will almost double, reaching 16,000 schools teaching 8.75 million students generating $89bn globally....

UAE - GEMS Founders School - First Looks
21st June 2016

Of the six new UK and US curriculum schools set to open this summer, GEMS Founders is the only school placed boldly in the mid-market fee bracket. With fees between AED 22,000 and AED 29,000 for FS1 to Year 8, it would appear the ‘fee-wow-factor’ alone, in today’s price sensitive......

UK - Exclusive: UK recruitment fears as number of teachers in English-speaking international schools set to double
21st June 2016

Demand for an English-speaking education across the globe means more UK teachers will be tempted overseas
The number of teachers needed to work in English-speaking international schools across the globe will double in the next decade, experts have said, prompting new fears over UK teacher recruitment.......

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