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    Default schools with exchange programs

    wen my 2 kids r old enough, im thinkin of sendin them to a high school where they have the opporatunity to do an exchange program. that way, not only would they get an education but get to experience another culture at the same time. however, i have a gut feeling that ds's would not agree to it, even tho it would b beneficial for ds. n i probably wont even b able 2 get his signature 4 a passport 4 ds if i ever wonna take ds 4 an overseas holiday.

    thoughts n opinions?

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    there is an organization called student exchange Australia. They do exchanges to several countries, but they do have per-requisets e.g. age, language skills.

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    Are you on a phone? All the text speak is really hard to read!

    Anyway, from what I can gather, your child's other parent won't let you get a passport? I'm sure that's something you can take to court and sort out there.

    As for the student exchange, as the PP said, you can google Student Exhange and have a look there. It was something I was considering as a senior in high school.


 

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