Andy Dailey is a veteran International Baccalaureate history teacher, IB History Workshop Leader since 2004, and member of the IB History Curriculum Review Committee for the current IB History curriculum. He currently serves on the IB CAS Curriculum Review Committee and has led CAS workshops since 2010. Andy is currently the Executive Director of Albanian College, a multi-campus system of full IB schools, including Albanian College Tirana, the first IB Diploma authorized school in the country.
A native of Tennessee, in the US, Andy graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in European History. After teaching on a Native American reservation, he decided to enter international education and taught for three years in Zagreb, Croatia. He moved on to Egypt where he was introduced to the IB and taught history for 11 years, while completing a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Teaching with Michigan State University. He assisted in the establishment of the IB Diploma programme at International Academy Amman in Jordan, before returning to Egypt to help set up yet another IB Diploma programme at the New Cairo British International School. In 2014, he was named founding Director of Albanian College Durres, a full IB school, and then promoted to Executive Director in 2015 with the founding of a second campus of Albanian College in Tirana.
In 2011, Andy was named Series Editor for Access to History for the IB, helping develop, author, co-author, and edit this very successful series. He is the author of Peacemaking, Peacekeeping - International Relations, 1918-1936, The Move to Global War, and is co-author of Causes and Effects of 20th century Wars.