Students and teachers at St. Clare's School in Oxford, U.K., describe the International Baccalaureate Program as challenging, as they grow as students and develop relationships. Throughout the courses, students learn to take risks, work collaboratively in groups and communicate their ideas. "Being willing to voice your opinions and participate may be intimidating at first. The benefit is that you're forced to challenge what you think," teacher Sarah Jinks said.
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