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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.

IB alumna shares New Orleans adventure for The New York Times


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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.

Revolutionising post-16 learning with the CP


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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.

60 second interview advocating for the IB