Karen Youakim recently completed her Diploma Programme studies and discusses the support she received from her school and the IB.
Maria is studying with King’s InterHigh – one of the IB’s partners in the DP Online pilot, which has seen students around the world undertaking the first ever fully online Diploma Programme.
For Morgan Davis, a passionate musician and history enthusiast, online education has provided the perfect platform for her to pursue her interests while accommodating her unique health needs and circumstances.
Matt and Sydney from UNIS Hanoi, Vietnam shared their experience where sports day isn’t just about competition, but a journey towards well-being. Discover how they reimagined the traditional sports day
In this blog, we share three considerations for becoming a totally inclusive school, highlight their connections with IB philosophy, and suggest possible next step initiatives. Photo: ©IB/UWCCostaRica/ClaraDominguesdaCruz/2021
In February 2020, at the International Baccalaureate’s African Education Festival in Johannesburg, the keynote speaker made a big impact on the IB staff in attendance. In this blog, Rémy Lamon and Wandile Mthiyane explore the impact of representation and community in education settings.
Lyndsay Gregory from Amsterdam International Community School (AICS) shares the school’s journey to opening their Student Support Centre for children with special educational needs.
Kam Chohan, the Executive Director of ECIS, shares her tips for making change within international schools working towards equal and just practices.
Hear from Arijeet, who graduated in 2022, about the support he received from his school, Bombay International School, and how the IB’s access and inclusion policies impacted his studies.
To combat the global educator shortage and need for almost 69 million new teachers by 2030, IB’s Director General Dr Siva Kumari launched a collaboration with the first non-profit, American-accredited online university, University of the People (UoPeople) to offer educators a cost-free opportunity to build their careers and benefit their communities. Hear three awardees share […]
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Ashleigh Fields is a student at Howard University, of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States. She offers her thoughts on why she chose this university, the history these prominent institutions, and how her identity has become a part of her university experience. This is her third story […]
Arc-en-Ciel International School in Togo produced educational programmes for TV as a way to keep learning going during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus),
Amelia Peterson, a founding faculty member of the London Interdisciplinary School (LIS) shares how their institution is revolutionizing the university experience.
How can we inspire our students to be more caring citizens? We gathered seven stories that highlight the significance of social-emotional learning (SEL) and how we can incorporate it into our daily routine.