Smart transitions: what does it take to lead an international school

28th November 2018 at 11:00
What does it take to run an international school?
An increasing number of Australian leaders are choosing to work abroad, but what does it take to run an international school? As part of a recent whitepaper published by Smart Leaders, five experienced principals explain how they have transitioned to an overseas role.

Working overseas is understandably a tempting option for English-speaking teachers. With the increase in international schools, more Australian educators are taking the option to explore the world and take the salary increase and workload relief that so often comes with it.

But what does it take to transition to an international school? In a whitepaper published by Smart Leaders, five principals discuss how they adapted to working and living abroad.

Download the Smart transitions: what does it take to lead an international school whitepaper.

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