Moving to Thailand: A Guide for Expats to Live Here

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The following post is a chapter from our book, Working in Thailand: How to Ditch the Desk, Board the Flight, and Land the Job, written by Patrick Taylor and Karsten Aichholz.

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The Teachers

Unless otherwise noted, all quotes by David and Paeng (last names withheld for privacy), international school teachers.

International schools are the big leagues when it comes to teaching in Thailand. As opposed to local schools (either government or private), international schools do not follow the curriculum of the host state, instead following either a dedicated international curriculum (such as the International Baccalaureate or Edexcel) or the national curriculum of a different country (such as the US or UK).

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