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New release: John Catt’s Guide to International Schools 2013/14 July 10, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in International education, New releases.
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We are pleased to announce the publication of John Catt’s Guide to International Schools 2013/14.

The 11th edition of this guidebook shows a significant rise in the number of featured schools, mirroring the growth in the international school sector.

The book features a foreword by HM King Constantine of Greece, who is the President and Patron of Round Square. In his article, he writes:

“No longer viewed as an ex-pat necessity, an international education is now a sought-after prize for students from every background and circumstance. Increasingly the demand stems from families in the school’s local country who recognise the positive effects of an internationally integrated schooling both in terms of their child’s aspirations, attitudes and understanding of the world, and in terms of their future employability in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.”

The guidebook features a directory of 3,000 international schools worldwide, and a wealth of information on international education, including groups and associations, examinations and curricula, and contact details for ministries of education.

Editorial includes a report from the International Baccalaureate on the progress of its Career-related Certificate; and latest news from the International Primary Curriculum and College Board, as well as articles from selected schools and universities.

To order a copy of the book, go to our bookshop.



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