Homeschooling while traveling

The mother of a homeschooling family from  Sweden recently wrote that thanks to homeschooling, her family has been able to travel long term around the world.  She also mentioned that they often visit other families while touring  since there are only about 100 families in Sweden that homeschool.

You can read their page on children, travel and homeschooling here.

Then, be sure to visit the rest of their blog and read their advice, tips and tricks on traveling the world.

ExtendedWorldTravel.com

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One Response to Homeschooling while traveling

  1. Diana Muir on November 30, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    There is a new virtual high school which allows students to enroll for a once a year membership fee of $225 and take up to 6 online courses each year towards their high school diploma. The school is accredited and can afford such low costs due to volume.

    Take a look at http://www.world-virtual-school.com/ for more information.

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