Findings from exploratory study suggest IB Middle Years Programme has a positive impact on students’ social-emotional well-being.
13-Aug-2014 8:45 AM EDT
These research findings, a compiled summary of studies over the last months of 2013 and 2014, demonstrate how the International Baccalaureate (IB) helps prepare students for success by creating college- and career-ready global citizens.
30-Jul-2014 8:50 AM EDT
Educator David Conley and EPIC Research Team Find IB Diploma Programme Students Better Prepared for University
New research conducted with IB alumni and graduates of other secondary programs attending the Honors College at University of Oregon demonstrate how their levels of college preparation varied and effected their performance at university.
9-Jul-2014 8:45 AM EDT
A new study of high school seniors in four California public schools reveals that students enrolled in the International Baccalaureate demonstrate greater civic knowledge and skills than their non-IB peers attending the same schools.
25-Jun-2014 8:45 AM EDT
IB students in Australia provide data in a study that shows that IB students are more confident in their ability to use critical thinking skills than their non-IB peers, and that IB students envision their future educational success more positively
12-Jun-2014 9:00 AM EDT
IB Primary Students in Australia Demonstrate Science Literacy Above and Beyond National Achievement Scores
New findings show that IB primary students studied in Australia demonstrate greater science literacy in year/grade 6 compared to a nationwide sample of students whose performance in science was measured by Australia's national assessment program .
20-Mar-2014 1:15 PM EDT
Oscar winner's breakout performance sprang from the foundation of an IB education.
7-Mar-2014 8:00 AM EST
New research from the University of Hong Kong shows that IB students educated in China attend the world's top ranked universities, with most of them attending top universities in North America.
3-Feb-2014 1:00 PM EST
Recent reports rank America as the 17th in the world on education, with Finland and South Korea topping the list. What accounts for the drop in ranking and how can the U.S. return to being a leader? On December 10, Washington Post Live, sponsored...
6-Dec-2012 1:30 PM EST