Latest report published by ISC Research explores the influences supporting and impacting wellbeing in international schools around the world. Read more here
and intelligence on the world’s K-12 international schools market
Over 200 high quality initiatives were nominated for a range of categories for this year's awards and the shortlisted schools have now been announced.
New research reports on the university choices that are being made by students at the world's English-medium international schools and explores the professional relationships between schools and universities that facilitate selection success. Read more here
Report investigates teacher and student wellbeing in the booming international schools market.
With high levels of job satisfaction, are international schools a model for other school systems?
What UK schools must consider when planning to open a school overseas.
Over 1,000 international school teachers and leaders complete the first ever international school wellbeing research and the findings were instructive reports International Teacher Magazine.
By 2019, the school group will be based in its London headquarters to support its five regional bases.
95 years since the first official international school opened in Geneva, international schools in Europe are on the rise.
2018 will be the busiest year ever for British independent schools opening sister schools aboad.
Over 1,000 international school teachers and leaders have completed the first ever international school wellbeing research. The findings of this study are now published. Read more
King's College School Wimbledon is delighted to announce that it has signed an agreement with Thai-based company Excellent Education of Thailand Ltd (XET) to establish King's College International School Bangkok.
To mark this year's HMC conference, its new Chair, Shaun Fenton says post Brexit Britain needs its top independent schools more than ever.
New research conducted by the TES suggests that teachers working abroad could help to solve Britain's teaching challenge.
Research suggests British teachers are happier abroad and more are likely to follow.
New regulations in Vietnam and more school expansion in Thailand and Malaysia are impacting the international schools market in South East Asia.
International schools are more popular than ever, with student enrolment increase of 7% worldwide in the last 12 months.
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.