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Second-Generation Internationalists–Raising Global Kids

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, my alma mater (and that of my wife, too), did a blog post today about Fletcher couples who are raising international kids.  My family is living in Mexico this year, where my wife is teaching English and my boys are studying in Spanish all day every day.  The Fletcher blogger, our friend Jessica Daniels, wrote a short post that featured us today.  Great fun.  Have a look!

Admissions News & Updates » Second-generation internationalists

Mark Montgomery
College Counselor

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