International Private Schools: How Sheltered Are They From the COVID-19 Storm?

The Schools Have Been Resilient During Past Economic Crises, Says an Analysis by a U.K.-Based Research Firm

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Many companies from the United States and elsewhere have found a market selling their products to international private schools, which have grown rapidly in countries worldwide.

But as school districts in the U.S. and other nations shut down because of the threat of COVID-19, a new analysis suggests that international schools might be insulated from…

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