The AIBWS meeting is an opportunity for leaders from each of the 36 IB associations spanning the United States, Latin America and Canada to join together to share best practices about work within each of their associations, and how they can bolster their reach to the surroundings communities and districts.
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Every student has different start point, a different level of knowledge or skill they bring to the table. But if there are platforms for scaffolding to occur along the way, any student can be successful in the program. High expectations must be placed on all students and their ability to thrive. As educators we must […]
Hello IB family and Happy New Year! It’s been a few weeks since I last posted but we are back and ready to jumpstart the year. Here in the office, it has been an exciting and very busy time for the University Relations Team. Part of that excitement stems from the higher education access work […]
With so much weight riding on the counselor recommendation component of an application submission, it can be stressful to know exactly what to write.
Parents want to be reassured that this program will be worth the time and expense that is being spent by the school and their own family. As school counselors (in partnership with your coordinator), you have the responsibility of alleviating their concerns and I am sure at times it can be quite daunting. If your […]
When a student comes into your office afraid of how the IB will “fit” into their futures. As they wrestle with paycheck over passion, remind them of these things. Coming from both the liberal arts and IB world, they will not regret it.
Although the ARC wound down Sunday afternoon, the University Relations Team was still hard at work planning our first annual IB Higher Education Summit on Access that took place this past Monday