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Judith Fabian

Former Chief Academic Officer of the International Baccalaureate

Judith taught English and Drama in secondary schools in London for 10 years, followed by 15 years as department head and principal in international schools in Jordan, Tanzania and Germany. She joined the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Cardiff in 2004 as Head of Programme Development, and in 2007 was appointed Chief Academic Officer, leading the development of IB curriculum for students aged 3 to 19 years. Latterly based in The Hague, she left the IB in 2014 to return to her home in the UK to work as an educational consultant and is a non-executive director on the board of Estyn, the inspectorate for schools in Wales. She has presented to and worked with schools and educators all over the world.

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International School Awards 2023 Winners Revealed
International School Awards 2023 Winners Revealed

The winners of the International School Awards 2023 were announced during a live online event on Tuesday 24th of January. 291 applications were received this year from international schools in 61 countries including schools in Poland, the United States of America, Thailand, Belgium and China. Read more

Submitting a quality application: Advice from the International School Awards judges
Submitting a quality application: Advice from the International School Awards judges

The aim of the International School Awards is to share some of the outstanding initiatives that address common needs for learning and for community action that are being implemented by international schools. Here is some advice from the International School Awards judging panel to guide schools when preparing their awards application. Read more

Exploring the contemporary pathways international school students are selecting
Exploring the contemporary pathways international school students are selecting

The results of a survey conducted with international schools by ISC Research in November (2022) suggest that students from an early age are now considering alternative pathways but university offerings remain a significant choice. The results of the survey, and what this looks like at school level, are addressed by college counsellors from Indonesia, Bulgaria and China in our latest Heads Up episode. Read more

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