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Reopening: No Easy Answers

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“The idea of having treatments available or a vaccine to facilitate the re-entry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top American infectious disease expert. Schools in the Northern Hemisphere are starting to wind down for summer break….

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Public schools in Canada

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An alternative to boarding schools When parents consider international education for their school-aged student, boarding schools come to mind. Increasingly, many international students have found their way into the public education system. Canada is among the top choice destinations for international high school students. In recently years, there’s been a marked increase. According to a…

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School choice: AP or IB?

School choice dilemma As competition for admission to leading universities increases, parents often enriched academic programs to give their student(s) and edge. What school should we choose? The school offering the International Baccalaureate program or the one offering the Advanced Placement courses. This is a question on the mind of many families with students transitioning…

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Back-to-school list: status check

As our students head back to school, we’ve been busy collaborating with them to ensure they’re on the right track. Included below are two checklists – one for seniors and another for juniors – to help you determine whether you’re on time to complete all required steps. List One: If you plan to start university…

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International High School: Eight Reasons to Choose Canada

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While the vast majority of international students in Canada are studying at the university or college level, if trends in the United States are any indication, the number of students joining in earlier years is expected to grow.               INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ARRIVING EARLIER Current Canadian Bureau for International Education…

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