Hi Teaching Abroad community, I work in an International school in France, and have done so for the last 14 years. My school has always given free tuition for teachers' children - this, I believe, is the norm in the majority of International schools. Our school has recently been taken over by NACE, which has just been renamed GLOBEDUCATE. They have informed us that we have 3 more years of free tuition for teachers' kids, then we must pay 50%. This, I'm sure you can imagine, was quite a shock to the 13 staff members who will be affected by this change in policy - some of those have more than 1 child. As a group, we are trying to gather data that will support our claim that this is unfair/unreasonable, and would appreciate any information from teachers in other International schools relating to what they, as teachers, pay in terms of tuition fees for their children: it would be REALLY helpful if there are any teachers who currently work in a NACE/GLOBEDUCATE school. Thank you in advance for any help, 'Spotty'