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See you in New Orleans this week?

Are you visiting the IB Global conference in New Orleans? We'll be there with all Pearson's resources for the International Baccalaureate®.

We're excited to confirm we will be at the International Baccalaureate Global Conference in New Orleans and we would love to see you, if you're attending...

Pop over to our stand and say hi, take a look at our resources, samples of our new titles and put your name in one of our textbooks (first come, first serve) to take away at the end of the conference! 

If you're not attending this year and would like to see samples of our Maths Diploma or Language B titles, fill out this form.

The conference is taking place from from Thursday18th to Sunday 21st July, for more information or to register, visit the website here

We hope to see you there!

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