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IB World Schools Yearbook 2013 – now available January 10, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in International education, New releases.


We are very pleased to announce the publication of the IB World Schools Yearbook 2013.

John Catt Educational has been proud to publish this yearbook since 2005 – and this year’s is the biggest and best yet, reflecting the strength and standing of the International Baccalaureate’s programmes.

The 614-page book features details of more than 3,400 schools offering the IB Primary Years, Middle Years, Diploma and Career-related Certificate programmes.

It is published in co-operation with the International Baccalaureate and includes editorial on latest news, developments and initiatives, profiles of more than 230 schools and comprehensive information on associations, universities and scholarships.

The 2013 yearbook has an increased focus on the IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC) which has now been introduced to more than 40 schools and is set to grow in the coming years.

In their introduction to the yearbook, Carol Bellamy, Chair of the IB Board of Governors, and Jeffrey Beard, Director General, state that the number of IB programmes reached 4,095 in 2012, providing an education for one million students across 143 countries. They add that there are 400 candidate schools registered in the hope of becoming an IB World School over the next two years.

To order a copy of the IB World Schools Yearbook, click here. For any other enquiries about the yearbook, email us at enquiries@johncatt.com



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