India has one of the highest no. of intl. schools

A study by ISC Research shows that after China, India has the maximum no. of international schools in the world. This is an improvement of two ranks since 2012, when it was placed behind the UAE, Pakistan and China. The count of international schools in the country has more than doubled in just seven years, according to the study, as middle-class parents in India are largely opting for imported curricula. 

“Parents are feeling they don’t want their child to be a scared, nervous one in a class of 50 or 60. Class sizes in international schools are small. These schools help their students become mini-leaders, entrepreneurs, team members, risk-takers. They are not just super words, they are real learner profiles,” said ISC Schools director Richard Gaskell.

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