International Baccalaureate® in the media
Below is a selection of articles from the media worldwide about the International Baccalaureate® (IB) and its programmes.
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- Cathedral City High School aims for elite IB program
- There is a death of good science teachers in our schools
- Booker High IB Programme opens the world to students
- Two North Side High Schools last to offer baccalaureate programme
- Cheltenham Ladies' College tops 2012 International Baccalaureate league table
- From struggling student to international art guru
- Faring well and moving up
- International programme grows in local schools
- Uni hosting IB student conference
- Why school graders stay away from the bell curve
- Diversity celebrated at Animas Valley School
- Higher Education Today
- Baccalaureate gets top marks
- International Baccalaureate: A step forward in education?
- Norta Vista High IB Programme honoured
- International Baccalaureate students set for success
- Music stars want EBacc arts option
- Buist Academy's International Baccalaureate program expands global connections
- Chalk Talk: Hard luck, Leonardo, no art lessons for you
- Students flock to sign up to new Ingatestone sixth-form course
- Gearing students for 21st century education
- IB coordinator helps program grow
- Why global awareness matters to schools
- Does the IB diploma surpass the Cambridge A Level? (In Mandarin)
- Education: International Baccalaureate Programme
- Tweeting headteachers plan to reform education
- Take care to avoid the TechBach traps
"As an educator, I have been so impressed with the manner in which the IB program has served to develop the critical-thinking skills of my students."
Steven Bligh McNutt, The Korea Times, 18 March 2008.
"Education should, in my view, be lifelong. We should be seeking to learn and re-learn, to keep up to date, to challenge our own assumptions, to reflect, and to change our minds when logic and the evidence compel."
AC Grayling, Guardian Unlimited, 24 March 2008.