In our latest newsletter/survey we asked International Schools Review readers if they view international education as a career they will pursue until retirement, or just a change of pace, an adventure to enjoy for a few years? We also asked how long most international teachers stay overseas and how many international schools most educators teach at during their careers? We were most curious to know the biggest reason international educators choose to go overseas, along with what keeps us there and what sends us packing?
Almost 600 educators responded! The survey affirmed our belief that the majority of international educators see themselves as career overseas teachers rather than short-term adventurers. The written comments in response to Question 4 are particularly inspiring and would motivate any teacher to become an international educator.
In light of the results of this ISR survey, it is ever more important that international educators base each career move on well-informed decisions. Teachers keeping each other informed is what International Schools Review is All About!
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