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Spanish parents go on homework strike

By Angloinfo World Editor - Friday, November 11, 2016

Parents in Spain are going on strike in their thousands in protest at the volume of homework given to their children by schools.     As part of a highly… Read more…

Switzerland is a great place to be a girl according to new report

By Angloinfo World Editor - Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The Girls Opportunity Index ranked Switzerland ninth in the table, after analyzing five key indicators: child marriage, adolescent fertility, maternal mortality, women MPs and lower-secondary school completion.   The index… Read more…

Teachers set to strike in Mexico City

By Angloinfo World Editor - Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Teachers against education reforms have announced protests for the next three days. It comes after a number of teachers were dismissed by the Public Education Secretariat.     Rallies are… Read more…

Real life challenges of being an expat parent

By Angloinfo World editor - Thursday, September 29, 2016

Raising a child overseas has all sorts of challenges for parents. Probably the greatest of them all is education. Today we look at two particularly tough challenges and review this… Read more…

5 essential education updates for parents in France

By Angloinfo World editor - Friday, September 23, 2016

The new school year is well underway, but did you know about five new initiatives introduced by the French government that should be helpful to parents of school children in… Read more…

France: What do I do if my child has failed the Bac?

By Angloinfo World editor - Friday, July 8, 2016

All across France 15- to 18-year-old students are finding out if they passed their Baccalauréat exams. We hope your child did well, but if things didn’t go to plan, read… Read more…

English language schooling challenges remain for Luxembourg

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, December 10, 2015

Concerned business leaders, school faculty and HR directors have all gathered recently to discuss the growing problem of expat education in the Grand Duchy. Education for foreign settlers has become… Read more…

Low expat salaries disrupt Chinese education

By Angloinfo World Editor - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Expat teachers are increasingly causing instability in the Chinese education system. With over 4000 foreign teachers, China has become a haven for teachers looking for something different. However, low salaries… Read more…

How to choose a school in England – is the data reliable?

By Angloinfo World editor - Thursday, January 29, 2015

New statistical data puts top schools in England at the bottom of the class.   Today, 29 January, the UK government’s Department of Education released their 2014 school performance data… Read more…

How to find a British-curriculum international school

By Angloinfo World editor - Friday, August 15, 2014

A new interactive map helps expat parents locate British-curriculum schools in 124 countries. For expat parents one of the most stressful things about moving overseas, if not the most stressful,… Read more…

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