In late September, IB Diploma graduate Andrew Beckman received a surprise e-mail from his college counselor. It asked if he would be willing to give a speech for the IB Higher Education Symposium, to be held at Stanford University, where he is currently an undergraduate freshman.
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Lawmakers in Washington state are in talks to propose legislation allowing International Baccalaureate students to graduate high school meeting only the requirements of the IB diploma and two state requirements, according to an article written by Federal Way Mirror reporter Neal McNamara. Washington would still require the students to pass statewide tests and study both the [...]
As you experienced firsthand, the IB Diploma offers a gold standard in education. In fact, studies show that IB Diploma Programme graduates perform better in and are more likely to graduate from university that their peers who did not participate in the programme. Currently, there are more than 1700 universities and 60 countries worldwide that [...]
This Wednesday, Wake Forest University will hold a forum in the community to discuss the advantages of an International Baccalaureate education. The forum is a welcome addition to the already well-established relationship between the university and the IB. The Wake Forest Director of Admissions says at least 63 students of their most recent freshman class [...]