The screenplay for International Education was pretty sad if you steal a look at ten years of the education sector back. The term international education was as good as an alien to many people who now consider it one of the most advanced forms of education.
A few years ago, even a chance to find an international school in the locality was a distant dream. Not anymore, though.
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International schools in Holland are fast catching competition that the education sector was given on changes in the date field between public, private boarding, and full boarding schools.
The growth is largely due to the growing awareness among people for a better quality of education and also the purchasing power growing in the middle class.
If Consultancy International School reports (SAIs) are anything to go by, local students are now 80 percent of school international places. Some years, there were only children of expatriates that would take 80 percent of seats.
Now, local and expatriate children also contribute to the figure. The mounting desire to send their children to international schools is caused by the quality of teaching and learning that these schools offer.
International schools have long earned fame to get students from foreign territories under one roof. This helps to integrate different cultures and help students understand other existing traditions.