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staff robertRobert - Kwazulu

"I love nature and I love exploring it. I also have a passion for English, both the language itself and teaching it."

Carla - Perth

"Teaching children enhances my knowledge, I learn from them."

Sarah - Romford

"I live in San Giovanni alla Vena with my family. I love reading classic novels, especially those written by my favourite author Jane Austen."

Tim - Zimbabwe

"English: the more I work with it, the more I love it!"

Sarah - Leicester

carla"Hello, I am Sarah from the Midlands! I am an arty-type and enjoy everything associated with the Performing Arts from dance to theatre, to music and crafts. Incorporating these in my lessons is fun and when we are enjoying ourselves we are learning for life! I have specialized in teaching children and " non me ne pento" as I find them so inspiring. Looking through the eyes of a child is like looking into a future world.and I wanna be there!"

Matt - Pompey

"I'm from Pompey on the south coast of England. I love languages and cookery; I speak English, Japanese and very little Italian. I'm vegan and terrible at pool and dancing."

sarahStephan - Emerald Isle

"I am from the western edge of Europe, namely the Emerald Isle. I love a good “get-together” with friends and family, ideally in a cosy pub with a pinto or two. In my spare time, I practice Martial Arts. Teaching is something I truly enjoy, as there are always new things to discover."

Christine - London (Resource Coordinator)

"I'm a Londoner, but have been living in Tuscany since 2005 with my young daughter who speaks Italian with an impeccable Italian accent. Much as I love London, it's hard to imagine living there again, as by now I am completely used to the gentler pace of life in the village outside Pisa where I live. Mind you, it's always a pleasure to return to the UK for a few days to catch up friends, family and indulge in a spot of shopping!"

Leigh-Anne - Johannesburg

"I was born and raised in South Africa but I'am now living in Lucca. I've been here since 1994 and in that time one of the most important things I've learnt is that a smile and a laugh is just the thing to make your day. So smile!"

tim Sarah Norton Matt Stephan

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• Authorized construction funds for high-speed, broadband Internet access in K-12 public schools (2009)
A nought because reference works and basic information does not require high speed access. It's like providing schools with the fastest buses.
• Increased funding for school construction (2009)
A plus. But from my understanding the cost is shared with local districts.
• Increased funding available for student loans (2009)
A negative because the concept of these loans assumes that there should be a high tuition cost

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FAQ

Jenny
What are good boarding school in italy?

I am american looking for boarding school in italy. I just started 8th grade so boarding schools for high schoolers or I could start in the middle of eight grade. I need schools that teach in English too because I don't know Italian p. thanks!

I am from Italy, and here boarding schools are unfortunately for you not that popular. There are a few that can be found, but mostly they are Catholic boarding schools and I wouldn't recommend them, unless you are actively religious. There are many programs for foreign students, in order to make you attend an Italian high school and mingle with Italian students, but mostly they foresee your staying in a family. So if you want to spend some time in Italy and study here, I suggest you look for those ones. Staying in a family isn't bad. It gives you more opportunities to interact with…

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