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  • Chinese agency hits back at Four Corners documentary

    Chinese agency, EduGlobal says it is “deeply shocked” following Australian TV channel ABC’s Four Corners: Degrees of Deception programme, aired earlier this year, which accused them of misconduct when sending students abroad.

  • What works offline doesn’t work online: edtech stakeholders

    Online learning requires new pedagogy and social strategies in order to engage students, according to edtech leaders at this year’s EdTech Europe conference in London. Gamification and peer interaction ranked high among solutions discussed at the event.

  • Australia aims to tackle accommodation shortage

    Insufficient and costly purpose-built student accommodation may be putting Australia at a competitive disadvantage when recruiting internationally, research commissioned by the International Education Association of Australia has suggested.

  • Four million students now enrolled at English medium schools

    The number of students enrolled at English-medium international schools around the world has hit a record-high of four million. This number has increased from 2.75 million students five years ago.

  • ALTO proposes industry standard for language travel bookings

    The Association of Language Travel Operators has proposed introducing an industry-wide standard for how language courses are presented to cut down the time and human resources it takes agents to interpret schools’ offerings and make bookings.

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