All parents want their child to be happy and successful at school, but few decisions are harder than identifying the right school for your child. The Independent Schools Guide, now in its 17th edition, provides all the guidance and advice needed to make the most informed decisions. The book includes an extstensive reference section for over 2, 000 schools; details on fee planning, scholarships and bursaries; guidance for overseas parents, including language support and guardianship; and detailed profiles of over 200 schools and colleges. For any parent, guardian or carer who is considering the independent sector, the Guide is the definitive reference source.The Diploma Programme, for which the IB is best known, was developed by a group of schools seeking to establish a common curriculum and a university- entry ... In economics, for example, pupils look at economic systems from around the world. ... Pupils must also submit an extended essay, follow a course in theory of knowledge (TOK) and take part in activities to complete the creativity, action andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Independent Schools Guide 2011-2012|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2011-11-03|