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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

Qatar - Children of expats can attend Independent schools
19th April 2015

The Supreme Education Council (SEC) has specified 28 Independent schools at 12 different areas outside Doha, where children of expatriate employees of the private sector could be admitted, local daily Arrayah has reported.

Hong Kong - Nord Anglia Education Reports Second Quarter FY2015 Financial Results

19th April 2015

HONG KONG, April 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Nord Anglia Education, Inc. (NYSE: NORD), the world's leading premium schools organization, today announced financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2015, the three month period ended February 28, 2015.......

Hong Kong - IB or DSE? Pros and cons of Hong Kong secondary school curriculums explained
19th April 2015

Unless enrolled in a government school or the rare international school that offers the British A-level curriculum, Hong Kong students hoping to study abroad may soon have little choice but to take the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma programme.

Germany - Refugees trump Kaiserslautern international school in bid for Villa Ritter
19th April 2015

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany - The opening of a private international school in Kaiserslautern has been pushed back by one year after city officials decided to use the school's proposed site to house refugees from war-torn countries such as Syria, Libya and Iraq.

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