Programs Bolster International ExchangeDecember 1, 2016 |
by Kelly Mae Ross
Students don’t need to attend a four-year college to have an international education experience.
The U.S. government and some community colleges are working to provide more students at two-year institutions with exposure to global cultures and ideas. One effort aims to send more community college students abroad, while another brings international students to U.S. community colleges, creating more diverse campuses.