In a recent article called Some Said They’d Flee Trump’s America. These People Actually Did the New York Times highlights the stories of several worldschooling families. Lainie Liberti of Project World School Family Summits was quoted in the article:
Roving parents can find global play dates and moral support on Facebook groups like Worldschoolers, which has about 40,000 members.
Lainie Liberti, an administrator of the group, said it’s not just the tense political climate in the United States motivating people to leave. “People are not seeing a future,” she said. “People are starting to focus on living now and focusing on their children. They are re-evaluating what is important to them.”
…They gather at annual conventions like the Project World School Family Summit in Guanajuato, Mexico, with sessions like “No, I’m not on vacation” and “Worldschoolers, your child can go to university!”
Read the entire New York Times Article here.