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At the International School of Indiana (ISI), students learn from a diverse group of teachers who often have teaching experience all over the globe. Thanks to the international-mindedness of our faculty and staff, we have a regular flow of transitions that results in several relocations for our teammates.

This academic year, we have welcomed more than a dozen new educators, all who brought new energy and ideas to the institution and are working seamlessly to adjust to the new normal of a COVID-ready campus. We are thrilled to introduce our new ISI teammates and hope you enjoy learning a bit about their impressive backgrounds!

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