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homeschoolmum
6/26/2019 19:04 EST

We are thinking of spending a couple of years in Southern Italy (or Sicily).

Are there any homeschoolers on this forum and if so, what area are you in? Is there a community of homeschoolers?
We have just one daughter who is 9.

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almare2
6/27/2019 00:55 EST

Before asking that question, you might consider finding out whether or not you will actually be able to spend that long a time in Italy. If you hold Italian or EU citizenship, you will be able to; if not, you will come under Schengen rules and will be able to spend only 90 days in every 180 days in the Schengen zone. There are many threads on this forum that explain more about this.

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