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ISB Showtime Raises Money for Special Olympics

April, 2008
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ISB Students Build up “City in the Sea”

April, 2008
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Gymboree Lido Centre Wins “Gymboree 2007 Annual Top Quality Education Centre” Title

April, 2008
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BISS Hosts Australia’s Largest IB Programme School

April, 2008
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3e International Kindergarten Launches Unique Bilingual Elementary Program

April, 2008
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BCIS Scholarship Available for Grade 10 and 11 Students Commencing Sept 2008

April, 2008
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BISS Computers Get New Life

April, 2008
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BCIS Hosts AOI Festival

April, 2008
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Selecting A College: A Parent’s Pick or Student’s Choice?

April, 2008
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I favor allowing children to pick their own colleges, for two reasons. After all, it is the child—or should I say “young adult”—who is going to college, not the parents.

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Do We Need to Learn A New Language for Our family?

April, 2008
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Language has great power to shape character and culture. Our choice of words and the way we use them can motivate and empower our children or humiliate and demotivate them.

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Internationalism in the I.B. Diploma Social Sciences/Humanities

April, 2008
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All students wanting to obtain an I.B. Diploma must (unless they get a special dispensation) study one of the Social Sciences or Humanities subjects.

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Blossoming Beijing

April, 2008
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Spring has sprung! And Beijing is polishing its wares in preparation for August’s 2008 Olympic Games. There has never been a better time to reacquaint your family with the city before the summer heat sets in and hoards of tourists arrive, writes Tania McCartney

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Lunch with Aunt Cassie

April, 2008
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It was a dim, loud place, with fat candles that smelled like lavender flickering on every table. Abigail Gardston did not like this smell. She thought it smelled like old people and too much perfume.
   “Abigail, darling, your gloves are beautiful,” Abigail’s Aunt Cassie Shaw trilled. Aunt Cassie looked like a fat candle herself, Abigail [...]

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