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Compass International School Doha Named a Newsweek Noteworthy School of 2018

Compass International School Doha is a Newsweek Noteworthy School of 2018. 

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50 years of education for a better world

As the International Baccalaureate (IB) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018, the IB is proud that its schools and teachers, in an ever-growing number of countries around the world, develop IB students to be internationally minded, courageous risk takers and critical thinkers. What started as an innovative experiment in 1968, has become an accepted and global standard of academically-rigorous learning, teaching and assessment. The IB is now taught to over 1.4 million students at almost 5,000 schools in 153 countries.

Please find the whole article here:
http://www.newsweek.com/insights/noteworthy-schools-2018

Read more about the IB and its 50th anniversary: 
www.ibo.org/50years