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  • American Curriculum in an International Setting

    by Kili Lay
    Director of Curriculum & Staff Development

    From time to time I am asked, “What is the difference between an American school, an American School overseas and an International school?” or “How do American educational standards apply to international schools?” or even “What is an American curriculum?” While there is no simple answer to these questions. To begin with, American educational standards are not set at the national level, but at state or local levels, thus there is no such thing as an “American curriculum." That said, there are a few common elements that characterize American schools overseas, such as ASH.
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