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Continue your studies with accreditation in Playa del Carmen! All Distance Education, Independent Study, Online Learning
Programs, and Home School Programs are welcomed.
Playa Distance Education was created by the need to build a community for online and alternative education for students in Playa. Our goal is to provide a ...
On Monday, after many weeks of protests and a walkout that
shuttered schools all across the country, Mexico's public school teachers
returned to work and children were welcomed back to their classrooms. Teachers
have been on strike since the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year in an effort to reverse President ...
The Mexico Teachers Strike comes to a close, peacefully in Solidaridad!
Playa del Carmen - November 11, 2013 - "Today is a
good day for our boys and girls, our commitment is to continue providing
quality education, but above all, we have to preserve the rights in our town
for the benefit of the ...
This week, KKiS - Keeping Kids in School started up their regular in-class English reading and mentoring program at the Pelopidas School in Guadalupana. This year, volunteers will be in the 4th and 5th grade classrooms every Wednesday at 1:00 pm. Organizer Gayle Collins provides the curriculum and course materials
needed each week based on ...
Part 1 - Education and Schools in Mexico
Part 2 - Finding the Right School for Your Family
Part 3 - You have chosen a
school and your children are enrolled. Now what? How you best support their
efforts? If your children are very young and you plan on living in Mexico
for a few years or longer, they will have no trouble at all ...
Part 1 - Schools and Education in Mexico
Part 2 - How do you choose the
right school for your family? Once you have taken into consideration the
length of your stay and the specific needs of your children how do you find the
best school to best fit your family?
If you are lucky, you may find a school in Mexico that is similar ...
School is out for the summer holidays but this is the time we seem to receive the most emails from families planning to move to the Riviera Maya with their school aged children. This is an article in three parts which will help you through the process and hopefully help you to select the best school for your children and your family.
Part 1 ...
Finally, Tropical storm Andrea has pushed north and given the Riviera Maya a chance to dry out. After being cooped up inside for a week, all the kids are anxious, knowing that exams are coming up and then the last days
of school will be upon us. Many of you will spend the summer
traveling, perhaps back to your home countries to visit with ...
Last week, Playa del Carmen's Music and Performing Arts School, Explayarte presented its full scale production of the award winning musical, Les Miserables. The show ran for three nights to packed and overwhelmingly enthusiastic audiences in Xcaret's Foro Abierto. This is the 5th Explayarte production that I have seen, my 4th as a ...
For the past couple of
weeks, KKiS (Keeping Kids in School) has fallen way short of the number of folks they need to help teach
English to first, second and third graders at Pelopides School. Yesterday
they had only eight people, roughly half of what's needed.
Would you please consider
volunteering to help them out? It's only an ...