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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

China - US pre-school education firm Kids 'R' Kids eyes China
28th June 2015

US high-end early education firm Kids 'R' Kids International Inc is expected to open two facilities in Beijing and Shanghai respectively this September.
The move by the company, based in the US state of Georgia, is due to the easing of China's one-child policy, which serves as a major boost ...

China - China witnesses rise in demand for international kindergartens
28th June 2015

Despite pricey tuition fees, demand for western-style kindergartens is growing in China, as parents enjoy an increase in their personal incomes.
Three-year-old Jojo has been attending preschool classes at the Ivy Academy for nearly a year, after his parents paid around US$26,000 for the international kindergarten programme......

Australia - International Baccalaureate Diploma in demand as schools go global
28th June 2015

The number of Australian second­ary schools offering an inter­nationally recognised diploma program for university entry has double­d in the past 15 years as parents ­demand a more globally focused curriculum, an education expert says.......

Hong Kong - Hong Kong's Chinese International School axes rule that students must spend year 10 in mainland China, for now
28th June 2015

One of Hong Kong's most prestigious schools has been forced to axe a plan that would have made it compulsory for all Year 10 pupils to move to the mainland for a year after parents accused the school's management of "broken trust".......

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