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Document Number: 3918

One Year Later: Attitudes About International Education Since September 11 - The present report, drawing on surveys conducted in March 2002, is a follow-up to a 2000 report on Americans' attitudes toward international education at the postsecondary level. The researchers, seeking to gauge whether public attitudes toward international education were changed by the events of September 11, 2001, found either unchanged attitudes or increased support among the majority of respondents for various components of international education, including foreign language as a high school or college course requirement, an international course requirement in college and study abroad programs. (Laura Siaya, Maura Porcelli and Madeleine Green, American Council on Education, September 2002)...


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