A report card on English language schooling in Luxembourg will be issued next week.
Late last year Luxembourg’s education ministry launched a survey of international parents on the country’s English language schools, both to determine the current level of satisfaction and to forecast future needs.
The results of that study will be presented at an American Chamber of Commerce conference next Thursday 16 October at 6.30 p.m.
Speakers Claude Meisch, the education minister (photo), and Louise Crosby, a psychologist with the education ministry, will also be quizzed by the audience.
In addition, leaders from the Athenée Luxembourg, European School of Luxembourg, International School of Luxembourg, Lycée Michel Lucius Luxembourg and St. George’s International School will provide information about their own institutions and talk about the challenges of educating expatriate children.
The Amcham seminar is co-sponsored by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals and OLAI, Luxembourg’s integration agency.
Légère Hotel Luxembourg, Parc d‘activité Syrdall, Munsbach