Global School of Silicon Valley to Open in Fall

Springer, Richard
January 2010
India -- West;1/15/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 8, pB1
The article reports that the regular classes of the new Global School of Silicon Valley, California will begin in September 2010. It notes that the school, which emphasized multicultural studies and internationalism in its curriculum, is the first U.S. campus of the 2002-founded Singapore-based Global Indian Foundation. Danny Domiray, director of admissions, states that the school is putting together an assessment test for prospective students.


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