Continuing Education

What makes the international schools market different?

August 17, 2022

What makes the international schools market different?
There are many assumptions and claims made about the international schools market. For the purposes of this white paper and its data collection, ISC Research focuses on those international schools that offer learning in the language of English or as one of the main languages of learning.

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