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Paying ex-pat teachers more than locals, even if they have the same qualifications and experience, should no longer be acceptable, writes Denry Machin



Reaching out to the wider community -including local wine growers - helped Rob Ford create meaningful networks for Heritage International School



A short adventure to the Middle East turned into a career where the focus on education, rather than bureaucracy, has proved rewarding



Gwen Byrom reviews the critical role of governance in schools at home and internationally



The DfE has confirmed Ofqual-regulated exams taken abroad will have same amendments as in the UK



There are many ways for international schools to encourage the spark and innovation that comes through collaboration



Training of TAs in international schools is often overlooked, but institutions need to get over their 'inattentional blindness' writes Peter Hogan



Forcing students to speak English all of the time could be counterproductive, argues International School magazine columnist ET Ranger



Sally Thorogood examines the impact on learning in a uniquely innovative and success-focused environment



Affirmation, rather than praise, could be a good way for leaders to encourage and motivate staff



A more nuanced discussion is needed around how we best serve the mental health needs of students, says Sadie Hollins



A new report from ISC Research shows schools are benefiting more from the local market



Chris Seal reports on Thailand's straightforward approach to Covid 19 and recalls how he and staff made the most of a summer 'stuck' in a holiday destination



Pressure to overachieve and other factors can create unhappiness that ultimately affects performance



Taking on a school abroad will take you out of your comfort zone, but it's a journey worth making, says Chris Seal