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The Office of Overseas Schools’ Advisory Committee on Exceptional Children and Youth has released an updated version of their guide Transitioning to and from a Foreign Assignment with a Child with Special Learning Needs. The guide is designed to help U.S. Government families think through decisions in bidding for positions and contains links to useful Internet and publication resources for children with learning challenges. Click the image above or follow this link to download a digital copy of the guide Transitioning to and from a Foreign Assignment with a Child with Special Learning Needs .

For general questions about Special Needs Education in International Schools, please reach out to OverseasSchools@state.gov or Regional Education Officer (REO), Dr. Larry Hobdell.  For questions about specific schools and programs, please reach out to the appropriate REO.

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