13 the Downside of IB


Parents like how IB students are required to master two foreign languages, write a long, original research paper, and participate in out-of-school “service learning” activities. They say IB schools raise test scores in elementary, middle-school and high-school programs, and prepare students better for college than regular curricula. They say that even if the cost per pupil is higher than for regular students, estimated at more than $200,000 per school plus ongoing continuing education costs, sending educators on learning junkets to faraway places, it’s well worth it.

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