The Foreign Service Journal - December 2013 - page 85

THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
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DECEMBER 2013
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stablished in 1964, the Office of Overseas Schools coordi-
nates and administers the Department of State’s Overseas
Schools Assistance Program.
As all Foreign Service parents know, the quality of education
available is a major factor they consider in the bidding process
for overseas assignments. Foreign Service personnel being
posted overseas who have school-age children should therefore
make A/OPR/OS one of their first points of contact.
To reach the Office of Overseas Schools, you can use any of
the following methods:
Tel:
(202) 261-8200
Fax:
(202) 261-8224
E-Mail:
Internet:
(Contains the list of REOs and their regions)
Intranet:
(Contains the list of REOs and their regions)
Address: 2401 E Street NW (SA-1)
Room H328
Washington DC 20241-0003
Resource Center Hours:
Monday thru Friday,
8:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Excerpted from the article of the same title by Kristin Grasso
and Carol Sutherland of the Office of Overseas Schools. Read the
complete article online at
.
From the
FSJ
Education Supplement June 2009
AVital Point of Contact:
The Office of Overseas Schools
BY KRISTIN GRASSO AND CAROL SUTHERLAND
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