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Moving abroad to teach with a family advice needed

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by wanitagreen, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. My husband and I are in discussions to whether we should take the
    experience of moving overseas and take up the opportunity to experience
    teaching abroad and at the same time save some money. We have twin boys
    aged 7 and would like some advice to see where would be best to take the
    plunge. We would obviously like to make sure that our children have a
    good education too and are unsure where would be best.
    Any advice and suggestions welcome please.
  2. Alphaalpha

    Alphaalpha New commenter

    Have PMed you!

  3. Oof! They deleted the thread because I mentioned an overseas teaching agency by name!
    They did well to associate what I said with the said agency. Perhaps they did a search?
  4. Karvol

    Karvol Occasional commenter

    If I search on your behalf do I become a Search Associate?

  5. jermar

    jermar New commenter

    Go For It. New Zealand is a great place to go.
  6. SMT dude

    SMT dude New commenter

    Boring. Shanghai is clearly the place to try for.
  7. jermar

    jermar New commenter

    What, how dare you!!!!!! The Land of the Long White Cloud/Aotearoa is not boring. The land of adventure sports no less! Beautiful scenery and wonderful people. Ranks very highly in the world of education too.

    Shanghai may be culturally different but not more interesting.

    Have at you young person!
  8. SMT dude

    SMT dude New commenter

    Heartfelt thanks for that!
    No offence was meant, not really...

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