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Some millennial and Gen X parents are leaving it all behind to spend 6 figures on a family gap year. Here’s how they budget and ‘worldschool’ their kids.

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White-collar parents are taking family gap years, leaving jobs to travel and educate their kids. The Williams family spent a year traveling six continents, spending under $100,000. Family gap years offer a break from American life and a chance to show kids different ways of living. The trend has grown during the pandemic, with travel with immediate family predicted as the top travel trend for 2024. Parents mix homeschooling with worldschooling, prioritizing immersive travel as education. The trend is popular among families with disposable income and pre-high school children.

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