The IB has rolled-out their four new programme models. Those of us who recall the days of “the hexagon” now welcome the world of the circular model across with alignment of structure and terminology across all four programmes.
The annual Fall roundtable of the IB Schools of Georgia was hosted by the Center for Civic Engagement at Oglethorpe University. The plenary brought PYP, MYP, DP, and IBCC schools together to discuss general association matters. Voting for the new executive committee and … Continue reading →
The IB’s Global Research Department used the 2009–2010 National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Common Core of Data (CCD) to identify IB schools designated as Title I. Findings are outlined in the following research brief.
Paul Campbell, head of regional development for the IB Americas, opened our annual roundtable with an engaging discussion. A few highlights of the presentation: programme growth, Diplomas awarded, Global pass rates the number of programmes by state/province (Quebec, California, Florida, … Continue reading →
The presentation to IB Americas Regional Conference: considers developments in subject specific curriculum reviews that are in progress considers strategic DP developments and new options provides an overview of the Americas region