National schools may be a great option for some families, especially those desiring to adapt as much as possible to local culture and language.
Going to a different school is a challenge, even in a child’s home culture. Living internationally adds a whole new dimension to this major life change.
For a typical family living internationally, there are three main educational options — local schools, international schools, and home education — which are highlighted below. Some families choose a hybrid model, blending two or more of these options to fully meet their child’s needs.
Sometimes asking for professional help is the best way to determine your child’s needs and how to meet them in your setting.
What do you do when the educational options available to you do not have structured or intentional support for kids with special needs?