Expat Teachers Support Education Reform in Kazakhstan
By Anne Keeling
Anne's article introduces you to several teachers and schools that are supporting education reform in Kazakhstan.
About the Author
Anne Keeling works for Teachers International Consultancy (TIC) which specialises in advising and recruiting teachers for international schools. TIC can offer advice about jobs, careers and conditions in schools from Buenos Aries to Beijing.
Talk with other digital nomads and expats in Kazakhstan on our Kazakhstan forum - meet people, get advice and help others.
Help others in Kazakhstan by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Kazakhstan.
Thank you for the great article!
I have a question about going to teach there (specifically at an NIS) if I have children of my own. My children are 6 and 10 years old. How hard is it to get them into a school there? What sort of school fees would I pay? Would I need aftercare for them? I hear working hours are long and I'm not sure if I'd be able to collect them from school on time. Is there anything else I'd need to consider?
Thank you so much, in advance :)