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Another Parent’s Perspective On Overseas Schools

Maria Borden, who has been a Foreign Service family member for 30 years and whose children have attended various schools in Taipei (American), Tokyo (American), Windhoek (international), Beijing (international), Jakarta (international), Sydney (Australian history required/IB) and the United Kingdom (IB/GCSE), … Continue reading

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International Schools: Insight on AAS Moscow

Unaccompanied Baggage received these thoughts on the Anglo American School of Moscow via e-mail. Just because a school has an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and more money than they know what to do with, does not mean it is a great … Continue reading

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ICYMI: Educating Square Pegs in the Foreign Service

Well That Was Different on her many years of experience with two kids who refused to be average and international schools. A follow-up post includes many comments from the Foreign Service community.  

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International Schools: Tell Us What You Think

So, have your experiences with international schools been good, bad, or mixed? What do you like best about them? What would you change if you could? Tell us what you think! Reply to this post, or send us your comments … Continue reading

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