Looking back on the International Baccalaureate's 45 years of success

In this commentary, John Walmsley, principal of UWC Atlantic College in south Wales and a pioneer of the International Baccalaureate programme, writes about the curriculum's 45-year history of success. He cites test scores earned by students enroled in the IB programme and the benefits of IB, which was launched by educators. Now, he writes, about 1 million students in 3,600 schools worldwide are enroled.

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