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Asia Education Resource Consortium   “Meeting the educational needs of expat families serving in Asia is crucial to their well‐being and longevity overseas. AERC was specifically created to provide critically needed services and support to these families who are using nontraditional educational methods such as home schooling, national schools, or online schooling to educate their children. AERC was established in May 2001 and is a partnership of agencies working in Asia. The Board is composed of member agency representatives

SHARE Education Services   ” helps expatriate families living in Europe, Russia, and Central Asia with their children’s education needs. With a caring, compassionate staff of educators and years of international experience, we understand the joys and challenges of raising a family in a cross-cultural environment. We offer help in a variety of areas, including:

  • Choosing a schooling option
  • Deciding what curriculum to use
  • Support through transitions
  • Determining learning issues and challenges
  • Resource help

And so much more! Whatever your concern is regarding your child’s education, SHARE Education Services is here for you.”




Blomberg, Janet R. & Brooks, David F. (2001). Fitted Pieces: A Guide for Parents Educating Children Overseas. Share Education Services, Wheaton IL (ISBN not available) $22.50. 8 Chapters, 667 pages.


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