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March 2015 issue
News Round Up
Inside the industry
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The peak business season for many language schools across the globe, the northern hemisphere summer vacation period is a popular time to launch new programmes and new ideas. Jane Vernon Smith explores some of what’s in store for the coming summer.
Having staved off major economic problems, Brazil finally fell into recession in 2014. But how did its outbound student market fare? Nicola Hancox finds out.
UK high school status
The top nationality for UK schools taking part in our survey this year was Russian, with Chinese students making up a smaller proportion of the student body. Bethan Norris reports.
Canada school boards
Throughout Canada, school boards and districts are in operation to assure quality of programmes and safety for high school students. Georgina Deacon finds out what makes each one unique.
Carlos Robles, President of the Brazilian agency association Belta, started out in the industry as a language teacher. He chats to us about his most memorable moments.
Texas, known as the Lone Star State due to its independence as a republic in the 1800s, is home to many quintessential American themes including the rodeo, fighting for independence and space exploration. But its cities have developed vastly, offering exciting live music and festivals, and delicious 'Tex-Mex' cuisine. Georgina Deacon traverses Texas to discover a little more about this southern American state.