The Changing Landscape of International Schooling: Implications for Theory and Practice

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Abstract

The number of English-medium international schools that deliver their curriculum wholly or partly in the English language reportedly reached 6,000 in January 2012. It is anticipated this number will rise to over 11,000 schools by 2022, employing over 500,000 English-speaking teachers. The number of children being taught in these schools reportedly reached 3 million in March 2012. Alongside this phenomenal growth the landscape of international schooling has changed fundamentally, moving away from largely serving the children of the expat and globally mobile business community and Embassies, towards serving the ‘local’ children of the wealthy and emerging middle-class. This has been reflected in the shift away from non-profit ownership by the school community towards ownership by for-profit companies and proprietors.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationAbingdon
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages188
ISBN (Print)978-0-415-73798-2
StatusPublished - 2014

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The Changing Landscape of International Schooling : Implications for Theory and Practice. / Bunnell, T.

Abingdon : Routledge, 2014. 188 p.

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