The education industry in Asia is booming. Private and international schools are are growing at an unprecedented rate.
For many people, parents included, change represents a disruption. When this disruption impacts our children, those we love most in this world, the default emotion is often fear on their behalf: fear of the unknown, fear of an untested road,
The 4th Industrial Revolution is upon us and education needs to adapt to this new reality. Are we preparing children for the future of work? Our CEO and Founder, Jaspal Sidhu was interviewed on this topic by CNBC Africa while
The 2018 Indonesian Economic Forum held on 21 Nov at the Shangri-La Hotel had an interesting theme: “Connection Indonesia; A New Five Year Agenda.” Prolific speakers included Presidential Candidate Prabowo Subianto, Vice-Presidential Candidate Sandiaga Uno, ex-Trade Minister Gita Wirajawan and
"There's more to education than just achieving academic recognition and rewards. We place more value on the children's character, talents, skills, and their high regard for social responsibility. Hence, we prepare our students in facing the challenges of the 21st