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If your company makes you brexit, The GSGI should be your first stop. It was, for this New York Times article.

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Coming Home To Roost: The Pleasures and Perils of Returning to School in the UK

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Paris

Where to Live in Paris: Neighborhoods and Schools

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Teaching reception

Choosing Schools for Small Children - written for Russia but useful worldwide

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Test scores

Accreditation Agencies/Inspection Organisations: Which Ones Are Real?

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IB to IB

IB to IB: A Seamless Transition, Wherever You Go? It ain't necessarily so.

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International schools

International Schools: In Name Only?

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Schools in Rio de Janeiro: education overview

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  • AP (advanced placement) coursework and exams (American system)

    Advanced Placement (AP) courses are curricula and exams created by the College Board (who also run the SAT I and II) and are much more rigorous than the general course offerings (including those characterized as "honours") at American high schools....and also very much needed to beef up normal US high school diplomas if one is applying to a US uni (although IB courses will also do the job).


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