“Kitchen with my kids via Skype, if I feel sad I rushed on a plane”
At work, Alessia Cremona helps students who want to leave and do the University abroad. He had started three years ago in Milan with five boys, and now he is followed by 250, together with their other experienced students who make tutor, a new counseling model for emigrants to graduate. But when it comes to leaving her own children, Alessia becomes a real Italian mother who moves to move her (“the other mothers look at us badly, but the result of our intervention is better”) and becomes apprehensive: “I to my children I did international school because I wanted to give them the chance to choose whether to study here or abroad. But leaving it a sacrifice for the kids.
Source: Corriere della Sera