International education is no stranger to rapid development, but what’s coming is unlike nothing the industry has seen. By 2024, the number of global schools around the world would have grown to an enormous total of 12,000 schools, nearly doubling 2014’s overall. These schools will service an assessed 6.9 million students, matched with the 3.5 million students in global schools two years ago.

The keystone of how existing and new schools acclimatize to this intense industry expansion is teacher staffing. With a huge increase in the number of pupils attending global schools, administrators have been giving the task of meeting demand. Top level schools need to unceasingly recruit and hire top level educators, while new and growing schools need to become fully manned with the best educators and education specialists in order to compete on the international stage.

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