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Lowering tuition fees to encourage accessibility means engaging families with different incomes, cultural and social norms. These schools and their local teachers are also burdened with limited budgets resulting in often limited access to the pedagogical developments that international schools
We believe the core responsibility of any school is to prepare its students for the future. This means getting them into the right universities. But more importantly it’s about helping them got onto jobs in which they will thrive.
If you don’t already know, CCAs stand for “Co-Curricular Activities”. These are usually clubs or sporting activities where school children take part in, outside of regular school hours. In some schools they are called ECAs or “Extra-Curricular Activities”.
The education industry in Asia is booming. Private and international schools are are growing at an unprecedented rate. Private equity funders, family offices, venture capital funds are scouring for opportunities in the sector. This in turn has created a new
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 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
As parents and teachers we sometimes become overly focused on the immediately tangible: the test scores, the grades and the rankings. But it has never been more important, in the face of overwhelming research, to consider the importance and development
Children are the future and the future needs leaders. Good leadership relies heavily on a balance of elevated awareness and decisiveness. Without a grounded understanding of themselves and a solid moral compass to guide them, many leaders succeed at being