The shortage of international schools and increasing school fees have often been main concerns for families when relocating to a new location.

With the shift from assignment to localization in many cases, the main concern for the family remains school costs and taxes. 

We have seen a trend where the relocating employee is localized with an exception for international school fees, which are covered by the company until the children graduate. 

This school coverage by the company will naturally tie up the commitment to stay with the company upon localization.

Have governments taken enough swift action to tackle the shortage of international schools and their fees?