Once overseas you may find you’ve left your rights far behind
Schools with glowing reports on International Schools Review all have one thing in common, their adherence to the tenets of the International Teachers’ Bill of Rights. In other words, these schools treat their teachers with honesty and respect.
If you’re from a country with unions to protect teachers’ rights, you may take these protections for granted. But once overseas you may find you’ve left your rights far behind.
A natural tendency is to think, “It can’t happen to me”. Yet, reviews on ISR show that it can and does. Before signing a contract with an international school, we suggest you review the International Teachers’ Bill of Rights to decide which points are important to you. You’ll want to verify a school’s position on these items.
There are many excellent schools in the world. You’re sure to have the best experience at schools that support the International Teachers’ Bill of Rights.