Indian FTs in Singapore prefer to send their children to international instead of local schools - report

TR Emeritus, 3 Jul 2013
The Straits Times (ST) has published a story about a PR from India, Savita Agarwal, sending her child to a Singapore local school (‘She likes the way English is taught here’, 22 Jun 2013). Apparently, the rest of her compatriots prefer to send their children to international schools, presumably the Global Indian International School (GIIS).
According to ST, “Permanent resident Savita Agarwal is the only one in her group of friends from India who sends her child to a local school.”
She commented that many of her peers are worried that their children will pick up Singlish, and therefore have opted for international schools. Full story
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