It’s not often we toot our own horn but lately we’ve been receiving some very encouraging compliments about ISR and it feels like it’s time to just let her rip.
Most of all we’re proud to be of service to the international teaching community and wish to thank our readers and members. After all, it’s your words that populate our pages and credit should be given where credit is due. So when we say we’re tooting our horn, we’re really tooting for YOU!!!
Over the years we’ve survived some strong opposition. But thanks to our supporters, both teachers and school directors, the ISR Blog & Forum have become well-frequented meeting places for international educators to freely share ideas on pertinent topics. Our flagship School Reviews section now hosts over 7000 reviews of international schools, with most schools having multiple reviews, giving teachers ample information to make an informed career move.
We’d like to share with you why we’re feeling so encouraged. Here’s a few comments we recently received. They’re the result of your postings to the web site:
|• ISR clearly provides an invaluable service for teachers by warning them about dangerous, threatening & frankly criminal circumstances into which they might blunder.|
|• There are so many international schools that are “for profit” now. Teachers need to be careful. This web site is invaluable for that.|
|•I am a school Director and I love this site. I encourage my newer teachers to check it out. It is highly informative!|
|• Let the chips fall where they may. ISR is the only tool I am aware of that provides teachers with this kind of important information.|
|• I like ISR and refer to it often. I like to know something more about the school a prospective teacher is coming from, and if I was job seeking I would read ALL reviews with an eager eye.|
|I truly enjoy your site. The reviews provide a nice school snapshot and I’ve gained so much information from the Forum and Blog section.|
|• If it hadn’t been for the reviews on ISR I would have accepted the job and simultaneously committed career suicide! Thanks ISR for what you do.|
|As you can see, the staff at ISR have much to feel good about. We’ve come a long way and plan to continue evolving into an ever more useful tool for the International Teaching Community.|