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Open Doors Data Details the Influx of Students From Other Countries

International Education Week kicked off with the announcement of the preliminary Open Doors data for 2013-14.

Experts say it is the time for a new conversation focused exclusively on some of the challenges that beset urban education, not just in the United States but across the globe.

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Xavier University of Louisiana has been named the lead institution of the 100,000 Strong Foundation’s “Advance Louisiana – Educating a Globally-Competent Workforce” initiative.

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For the past few years, Kimberly Reyes has been spending a lot of time thinking about disparity, access and equity issues at American colleges and universities.

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The University of Texas at El Paso is retaining and conferring degrees at a high rate, despite many students’ ­financial barriers.

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President Michael J. Sorrell, a panelist at an international seminar, outlines the best practices utilized at his small Dallas-based school in hopes that other institutions that work with large numbers of marginalized and disadvantaged students might benefit.

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More than 50 educators from around the world are meeting in Austria to strategize over how best to support students operating at the margins.

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HBCU students need a tactical “education abroad” approach, one that synthesizes global literacy, academic achievement and career development.

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The club’s goal is to help students find others with similar identities and backgrounds, as well as provide support as they navigate through an unfamiliar culture.

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Some U.S. colleges are pulling students from overseas study programs in Israel as the Gaza war rages, though the relative calm beyond the immediate battle areas is raising questions about why they had to leave.

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