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Great Feedback from Candidates in Doha Qatar – Become a KG & Elementary Teacher!

In early January, three of our candidates began their teaching adventures in Qatar. They were very impressed with our client’s support, including bedding and food upon arrival, as well as planned cultural excursions. The same client is still in need of kindergarten and elementary teachers. Interested? Make sure to sign up to our services or search for […]
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Report Shows No Significant Monetary Difference Between Getting a PhD’s or a Masters in Canada

A report published by the Conference Board of Canada finds that a small number of jobs in Canada require a doctoral degree and those have relatively low starting salaries. This, according to Simona Chiose an education reporter for The Globe and Mail, means it takes decades for PhD graduates to close the earnings gap between […]
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Will Student Protest affect outcome of US Supreme Court Ruling?

In the wake of many student lead protest across US college campuses, there is a major race related case that will be argued before the US Supreme Court this week.  The case was brought by Abigail Fisher, a white woman who was denied admission to the University of Texas at Austin.  The New York Times […]
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Academics Around the World Weigh In on Canada’s Global Perception

The view of how Canada is perceived on the world stage is changing. Canadians are naturally curious, and we often wonder about how the rest of the world sees us. Earlier this year, assisted by the International Council for Canadian Studies, CBC News connected with about 7,000 academic professionals outside Canada who teach courses about […]
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OECD Report – Technology in the Classroom Gets Mixed Grades

The Globe and Mail recently reported that while Schools in the US and Canada have been working diligently to bring the latest in technology to the classroom, but a recent Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OCED) report suggests the addition of digital technology in learning doesn’t necessarily result in improved educational outcomes. The OECD […]
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We’d ALL Love to Hear From You

Whether you’re a new teacher or an experienced international educator, we know you have valuable job seeking experiences to share. If you enjoy writing and would like to contribute to a new forum, we’ll be seeking 500 word contributions from academic job seekers on various topic(s). We will share any well-written and well thought out […]
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New Book Illustrates America’s Growing Education Gap

Today, although racial inequalities in education have lessened considerably thanks to landmark historic events like the civil rights movement, school desegregation and the War on Poverty, the achievement gaps between more affluent and less privileged children have actually grown wider than ever according to Sean F. Reardon, Professor of Education and Sociology at Stanford University. […]
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Five Tips to Ensure You Have a Great Academic Year

Another new year has begun and, like the students in your class, you’re probably thinking about how you can make this year better than last year. Perhaps you’d like to be more organized, have more contact with parents, step outside your comfort zone or just change up your activities. We’ve put together some ideas on […]
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Everything You Need to Know About IB Programs and Schools – Part II

Part II: Securing Employment at an International Baccalaureate® (IB) School How do I get an IB job? Teachers who wish to become part of an IB school must research and understand the IB philosophy and the educational power of the IB hexagon, which promotes collaborative structures in teaching. Teachers must also show a true passion […]
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Salaries and Benefits in International Schools

There is much more to analyzing an international school teacher’s salary and benefits package than working out the exchange rate and converting it into your home country’s currency. While most teachers aren’t in the profession for the salary, it’s a significant consideration when choosing a new job. This article will address a few questions you […]
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