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AAIE’S COVID-19 BRIEFING: 15 JULY 2020

POSTED: July 15, 2020Category: AAIE AlertsBY: Steve
  • The US government has backed off of a visa rule change that put international students at risk of deportation if all their classes were taught online.
  • Dr Oli Tooher-Hancock, Head of School at the International School of Hyderabad speaks with optimism about the school’s decision to begin the new school year in July.
  • John C. Littleford, Senior Partner at Littleford & Associates gives advice on identifying long-term and strategic solutions through these uncertain and stressful times.
  • Dr Daniel Jubert, Head of School at the American International School of Cape Town shares the school’s roadmap for 2020-2021 which is guided by the assumption that the current health pandemic will remain part of our reality for an indeterminate amount of time.

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