Is it possible to live in France, Denmark, Iraq or Angola and take classes in two Portuguese secondary schools? Yes it is.
The number of students in Recurrent Distance Learning Secondary Education (ESRaD) has almost quadrupled since 2016. And more and more emigrants are opting for this modality.
With daily synchronous classes at night, the limit is the time zone, explain the directors of the secondary headquarters of the project (Felismina Alcântara, in Mangualde, and Camões, in Lisbon), António Figueiredo and João Jaime Pires, who have already had to refuse applications from Timor and China.
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