This is probably the most common question we get at LMDES: What’s it like to be Black in Spain.
It’s important when choosing a school in Spain to find a good fit. In the public system, there are very few reasons they will allow you to change school mid-year. And unless you plan on moving a couple of times to find a good fit for your kids, it’s best to do your research, go on tours, and talk to other parents in your area. Here's what you need to know!
As a language assistant, your job will be helping the teachers at your school with their classes. Working with them closely, day after day, can either have you looking forward to your classes or dreading them. You will spend a lot of time at school and having a good relationship with your colleagues can ensure that you have a good time in Spain. Everyone’s school experience will be different, but there are some things that every future auxiliar can do to start off on the right foot