I am speaking as both a coordinator and a teacher as I bring up this question/concern.
I am working at an International School in South Korea, and we are brining AP CSP to our curriculum options for the 2018/19 academic year. We are piloting one section (class) to both test the waters, and to make sure we work out any kinks within the curriculum/from a scheduling standpoint.
I will be teaching this course to get a feel and to see the demand on both our students and potential teachers (if we do decide to move forward). However I was surprised to note that the CSP training that is offered across the US is not open to International Teachers. The current plan was for me personally, and then in the 19/20 academic year, other teachers, to travel to the US for training to ensure everyone is fully prepared for the course.
Is there any reasoning behind why these trainings are only for US based schools?
Is there any plans for supporting International schools?