Plagiarism revelation sparks IB interrogation

15th October 2010 at 01:00

This most recent expose adds to my disillusionment with the IB. Three students who scored 7s on both papers one and two in business were downgraded to 4s in their internal assessments. This in a school where historically the internal assessment outperforms exam results. Far from thinking, as I once did, that the IB is a possible solution to declining education standards, the IB seems to have become part of the problem


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