"School Choice International knows that your company's success depends on instant productivity when you relocate employees, and School Choice International delivers peace of mind by ensuring that the family transition goes smoothly."
Providing thought leadership in global education
The School Choice International team is at the forefront of educational developments, applying the latest in educational philosophy to the impact of these trends on the experiences of relocating children. We pride ourselves on also being newsworthy. Our team members, including School Choice International’s founder Elizabeth Perelstein, are scholars and experts in their field. Look to School Choice International for thoughtful leadership and research into education abroad, relocation and its relationship to schooling, and methods for successfully transitioning families domestically or internationally.
- Less free play time linked to increased incidence of mental illness in school children
- Your College Decisions are In: What Now?
- MOBILITY Magazine: Going Local – What Does It Mean for Expat Schooling?
- Education Challenges and the Relocating VIP
- 2015 Deals of Distinction Award Finalist, Tim Dwyer
- An Education Challenge: Changes in Curriculum
- The School Choice Group announces The 2015 Michael Perelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund
- School Choice’s CEO Tim Dwyer on C-SPAN for his book, Hissing Cousins
- White Paper: Best Practices for Effective Relocation to China
- The Hidden Obstacle to Mobility: Schooling for Children with Special Needs
- Mastering the Alignment of Mobility Service
- Consultants Steer Parents Through Maze of School Choice
- Varsity Tutors Blog
- Questions to ask in your college search Varsity Tutors Admissions Blog
- On the Move: Female leadership perspective: The discussion continues
- Ask a Private School Admissions Expert: Liz Perelstein
- Mobility Challenges and Strategies- Children with Special Needs
- Managing Expatriate Education in Over Subscribed Locations
- School Facts Did you know?
- Take The LEAP, Project You, Fall 2012