Moving your family to a new city or country means making scores of tough decisions on the fly. None is more difficult than where to educate your kids. Choosing a school is a daunting task that can intimidate even those used to high-pressure situations. We polled our own veteran expats for advice:
Rule No. 1: Never try to smooth your child's way into a school with money. The better the school, the more likely you'll be shown the door.
Rule No. 2: Settle on a school first, then find a place to live...
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