IB students and alumni
IB alumna shares New Orleans adventure for The New York Times
Known by her stage name Dessa; rapper, singer, essayist and IB alumna, Margaret Wander usually sees her touring destinations at night time, from the inside of a bus. This time she returns as a tourist, determined to experience the real New Orleans and all of its magic. She shared her adventure in an article for The New York Times.
About the IB
Revolutionising post-16 learning with the CP
In the past, vocational and academic education were seen as mutually-exclusive choices. Students would have to pick a “side,” stick to it, and follow that choice through. Now, an alternative approach that brings vocational and academic paths together for students aged 16-18 is proving popular writes Jon Severs for TES magazine.
IB programme and schools
60 second interview advocating for the IB
In a 60 second interview with British Education Magazine, John Claughton explains why he strives to develop the IB in the UK after abandoning A-levels in favour of the Diploma Programme.