An International Strategy

Harney, John O.
September 2006
Connection (0895-6405);Fall2006, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p5
The article stresses the need for a comprehensive U.S. national policy on international education. International education is one key to spreading democracy around the world and to boost the country's economic competitiveness. It can be achieved by recruiting foreign students of all backgrounds to U.S. colleges and universities, by expanding and diversifying study abroad among U.S. college students, and by increasing international awareness among all citizens.


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