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Interesting Facts About International Schools

Suppose you are like most parents out there, before deciding to send your child to an international school, you want to know more about it. One of the easiest ways to learn more about the potential school is by visiting their website. While that will give you all of the desired information on the curriculum used, a look at the staff, their mission statement, and more don't always provide interesting facts. Here are some of the most interesting facts we found about international schools in general. Asia Is Home to the Most International Schools It's interesting to note that while international schools are found all across the globe, Asia is home to the most schools in the world. Asia has the most out of all the other continents because it is home to China, South East Asia, and the Middle

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How Will the Coronavirus Lockdown Affect School Children?

  In 2005, more than 1,800 people were killed in Hurricane Katrina when it wrecked the Gulf Coast. Around 372,000 children were reported to have been displaced from their homes after the storm. Also, at least 100 state schools were destroyed and the few that remained were shut for weeks. Once the storm receded, the displaced students were placed in new schools but there were lingering memories of the disaster. Some of the students showed increasing signs of depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder after the event. A study conducted 5 years after Hurricane Katrina showed that more than 1/3 of the displaced children were a year behind their peers on academic grounds. Predicted Impact on School Children Come to think of it, a tropical storm bears some resemblance to

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