Living abroad is, among other things, an exciting opportunity to expose children to new ideas, languages and cultures. But there are particular challenges that expat families face when it comes to education, and the questions can seem endless: Will my child’s studies be interrupted at a crucial time? During what can be a stressful period of extreme change, how can I best minimise disruptions? What schooling options are available in my new country of residence? Are they affordable? Am I likely to have to move again soon? Are there certain qualifications or exams I want to make sure my child takes?
Home education is a sometimes-overlooked option that addresses a number of the unique issues expat families face. Regulations for homeschooling will vary from country to country, and may not even be permitted in some countries, such as Germany. It’s therefore important to first establish what the guidelines are in your country of residence. Read more here

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