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PRESS RELEASE: Mary Joan Hansen Named Executive Director of AISS Foundation

FRIDAY JANUARY 26, 2018 NEW JERSEY – Following a unanimous vote by its board of Directors, the AISS Foundation has named Mary Joan Hansen its new Executive Director. “I view this opportunity as the perfect fit for my unique blend of experience in sales, event management, and motherhood,” Hansen said. “AISS has an incredible reputation for helping children, and…

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American International School System Uses Soft Diplomacy in Pakistan

$46billion Chinese investment in Pakistani economy highlights need to support creative methods of maintaining influence among America’s traditional allies LAHORE, Pakistan, April 30, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Last week’s news of the People’s Republic of China’s $46billionpledge of foreign direct investment in Pakistan has sparked debate between top economic and security analysts. As China continues to gain influence through traditional…

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AISS Featured on Huffington Post

The Founder and president of the American International School System, Dr. Munr Kazmir’s article about the school was featured on huffingtonpost.com today. Read the article here or below. Transforming the World… One School at a Time by Dr. Munr Kazmir In the heart of the Punjab, an ancient Pakistan province that takes pride in a history of Mogul lords…

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Radio Interview – An American Education In Pakistan

Rita Cosby interviews The American International School System Founder Dr. Munr Kazmir on Friday, September 23, 2011 on WOR News Talk Radio about teaching American values and democracy in Lahore, Pakistan.     Transcript Rita Cosby: What is even more important, and I think even more heroic, out of what our next guest is doing, I want to bring…

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Girls Have A 40/60 Chance of Finishing Primary Education In Pakistan

Approximately 41% of Pakistani girls fail to complete primary schooling, according to a report published by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) entitled “Make It Right: Ending the Crisis in Girls’ Education.” Educating girls and women is one of the most important investments a society can make. Not only does it help them build self-confidence, make informed decisions, critically…

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The Real Pakistan Challenge: Education For All

Published in the Asia Despatch by Muhammad Younas Afridi & Barbara Gallo “According to several studies and panel of experts, the revival of Pakistan, and especially the tribal areas, will take place starting from schools. The challenge of education is really important because it allows for stopping the fundamentalism drift which has taken the country. But it is schools…

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Research Backs English As Key To Development

A study into the economic impact of learning English in developing countries has concluded that the language can increase the earning power of individuals by around 25% and that developing economies need access to English if they are to grow and position themselves in the global economy. Read the full article here.

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