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International Schools
International schools

Of the many books written on various aspects of education, few have devoted much space to the basic concept of a school. Why would they? We all know what we understand a school to be: there may be variations on the concept, encompassing those that are state-funded, those that charge fees, those that provide residential accommodation, those that cater for young children, those that cater for older students, those that cater for particular religious beliefs and those that specialise in certain areas of the curriculum. We don't feel the need to read what others think about how a school should be defined, or when a school can or should call itself a school, how many different types of school there might be, ...

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