Nalini Cook from ISC Research tells Edarabia about the challenges that schools in the Middle East face and how optimistic they are in addressing these challenges.
and intelligence on the world’s K-12 international schools market
14 international schools linked to top British schools have opened this September.
Parents no longer have to send their child away to get a good international education.
As the international schools market grows and becomes more competitive, an increasing number are seeking accreditation to distinguish themselves.
The sector's continued growth has important implications for international recruiters says ICEF Monitor.
Several countries and sub-regions are experiencing notable change in their international schools says Richard Gaskell.
Economic growth is returning to the Middle East after a difficult few years. How is this impacting the international schools market? ISC's Sheena Maerevoet explains.
Gulf News reports on the latest international school openings as children return from their summer break.
EdgeProp considers the impact of international schools on surrounding property values in Malaysia.
The latest data on the English-language international schools market in the Middle East puts the UAE at the top.
ARM News interviews ISC's Sheen Maerevoet about developments in the international schools market in the Middle East.
The 2018-2019 academic year will see more independent schools opening sister schools overseas than ever before.
The growth of school options for parents in Myanmar is prompting the need for regulations.
Soaring demand from affluent and aspirational parents overseas prompts the opening of the largest number of independent schools overseas this coming year. Charlotte Santry of the TES reports on the latest news from ISC Research.
International schools in London are starting to see the impact of Brexit say Suzy Waite and Suzi Ring in Bloomberg Business.
There's a big demand for qualified teachers overseas, and there's a desire for British teachers to seek alternatives to the UK, says Alix Robertson in this feature in SchoolsWeek.