International Schools often times turn out to be as represented by their recruiting “team.” Other times, well … not exactly!
A problem arises when recruiters misrepresent their schools. The result can be unfortunate when a trusting new recruit soon realizes they’ve been duped. By this time, unfortunately, they’re most likely past the point of no return, unless, of course, they can afford to simply “walk away.”
Most ISR School Reviews are written by satisfied teachers who wholeheartedly recommend their schools. Not-so-positive School Reviews are written by teachers who ended up being mislead. Oftentimes such Reviews include statements like: I wish had taken the Reviews more seriously.
Excluding information from School Reviews, but taking into account interviewer’s comments, school- provided photos, videos, promotional brochures/presentations, ISR asks: To what degree does your school live up to how it was represented at recruiting time?
If your school meets your expectations based on how it was represented, Congratulations! ISR encourages you to take a few minutes and write a School Review. We all want to find the good schools. On the other hand, if the school failed to meet your expectations, a School Review will help colleagues make wise career choices.
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