Newly launched programme tells the story of the IB's global community to mark 50th anniversary


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The International Baccalaureate (IB) and ITN Productions have launched ‘A Better World Through Education,’ a news and current affairs-style programme which explores how IB programmes have been preparing children for life, allowing young minds to flourish across multiple disciplines and multiple cultures.

Highlights of the programme include a special report from Sturgis Public Charter School who have adopted the ‘IB for All’ motto, looking at how a world class education should be given to students who may not have been given the opportunity otherwise.  The programme also travels to Singapore to visit one national and one international school to find out how they have adopted the IB programmes. 


Drawing upon ITN’s 60 year heritage and expertise in storytelling, the news-style piece combines key interviews, case studies and sponsored stories from ACS International Schools (UK), Aga Khan Academies (Kenya & India), ARIS (Ghana), Cheltenham Ladies College (UK), Dwight School London (UK), EF Academy New York (USA), George School (USA), Headington School Oxford (UK), Hodder Education (UK), International School of Brussels (Belgium), International School of Geneva (Switzerland), Kings College London (UK), SEK Education Group (Spain), Sevenoaks (UK), Stockholm International Schools (Sweden), University of Bath (UK), University of Hong Kong and University of Rochester (USA).



For our 50th anniversary year, we’re celebrating globally with students, educators and all members of the IB community. Find out more about how you can join in, or send us details of your #IB50 event.