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The unstoppable growth of British International Schools

Two decades ago there were 1,000 English-language international schools globally. Today, there are more than 8,000, with 420,000 teachers teaching 4.5 million students.

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Image by Abhishek Maji
3 Apr 2018
Written by Seb Murray
Education News

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