Why Teach Abroad?

Why Teach Abroad?

Why Teach Overseas? There are almost 1,000 English speaking schools worldwide on six continents and over 200 countries. With this number of choices, there are plenty of exotic destinations to entice you. Here are some more reasons to go abroad. Excellent, tax-free salaries (in many locations) for overseas teaching Most schools teach in English, so […]

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Life Is a Journey

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“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy […]

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Deschooling Education

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My youngest niece graduated from high school yesterday with plans to continue her education at the local community college. I am very proud of her accomplishment. This grand milestone leads me to ask a fundamental question about education. What are the tools a child needs to find success in education? There is a plethora of […]

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To School or Not to School?

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Today, we are off to see our oldest son, Aaron (15), compete in the county track championships here in western Washington. He is only a 10th grader, but on the varsity high school team. He runs a 4:38 mile and is hoping to break 10:00 minutes in the 2 mile. Yes, we are proud of […]

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Is College Worth It?

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What is a college education worth? That is the question many American students and parents are asking, including us. Our 15 year old, Aaron, is a sophomore in high school and starting to look at where he wants to attend university. Paying for him to go keeps us up at nights. When he graduates college, […]

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