Re: where do diplomats children go to school?
Situations vary, depending on the security situation, national customs, the quality of the schools, and the tendency of their students to resort to cannibalism -- well, perhaps I'm wrong about the cannibalism. In general, I believe there would be an Embassy school, which might be run by several embassies working together. This was the experience of friends of mine whose families were in diplomatic service in the Middle East a generation ago. But in a friendly nation that spoke the same language, a child could quite plausibly go to a local school, particularly if these were good and their parents wanted them to experience the local culture. Also, it was not unheard of for locals to send their children to an Embassy school if this seemed to offer some advantages and they had the right connections.