Dipont Education will open a new international school in Kunshan, China, in 2020. Expected to cater for 2,800 students at capacity, the school will follow an American and bilingual Chinese curriculum. This will be delivered with international pedagogy during the compulsory Chinese education phase at elementary and junior high level.
Caroline Lincoln, deputy director of Dipont Education’s Secondary Academic Quality Management team, talks about the support her team offers Dipont teachers. What’s the main role of the Secondary Academic Quality Management team within Dipont? Our team, which is based at Dipont’s headquarters in Shanghai, ensures the quality of the international
Dipont Education has officially started construction on a new independent school, to be built in the city of Kunshan, to the west of Shanghai. The milestone was celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony at the planned site for the school, in Kunshan Development Zone. The new school, which will follow American
Dipont Education international curriculum center principals gathered together at Hangzhou Foreign Language School to share information and discuss topics relevant to the successful running of their centers. They attended the two-day meeting as part of a regular program of center principal meetings, held quarterly at Dipont’s international curriculum centers around