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5 Benefits of Bilingual Education

INTRODUCTION:

The list post is about the benefits of bilingual education for your child. It is one of the most popular and readable blog formats on the web. It is composed of -- you guessed it -- a list, and includes short explanatory paragraphs...

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Developing an International Mindset

A central part of our mission is to make sure that each of our graduates leaves INTL* with a strong international mindset. But what, precisely, do we mean by an “international mindset”?

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Kicking off Our Distance Learning Plan

At INTL*, we pride ourselves on our ability to plan ahead, adapt, and innovate. While we may never have imagined the uncertain and unprecedented circumstances in which we all find ourselves, we have been able to draw upon the preexisting...

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Alumna Christine H. Crowned Champion of the Americas in Chinese Bridge Language Competition

We are incredibly proud to announce ISTP alumna Christine H.’s impressive success in the Chinese Bridge Language Competition.

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5 Ways to Support Your Child's Bilingualism at Home

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6 Insights into Raising a Bilingual Child: The Early Years

As our world becomes more and more interconnected and globalized, many parents have come to recognize how important being bilingual or multilingual will be for their child’s future. As such, a bilingual education at INTL* is an incredible gift...

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Alumnus of the Month: Neel Ramachandran

 

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Alumna of the Month: Liz Ericson

 “I mostly remember moments with friends and teachers like Hayat, Joanne, Philippe, Helene. I remember the tiny writing in the cahiers and adding powdered soap to paint to make it more like oil paint with Chantal.”

When asked about her time at...

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Alumnus of the Month: Rémy Pieron

“So many memories to choose from during my 10 years there. It may seem odd coming from someone that ended up being an engineer, but I remember Chantal's art classes, especially in middle school when we started making bigger pieces that involved...

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Alumna of the Month: Geneviève Gish Allouche

“In the sixth grade, we had a technology class devoted to creating a foam car with blinking lights. I recall drawing the schematics, cutting out the shapes, and soldering the components on the circuit board. As a result of this class, alongside...

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