Promoting International Education across the Country

clip_image002Today marks the final day of the 14th annual International Education Week (IEW), an initiative that is now celebrated in over 100 countries worldwide. Supported by both the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week is designed to celebrate and advance global educational exchange opportunities. To encourage participation, the U.S. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has made available promotional materials for schools, embassies, businesses, and community organizations to engage in their own inventive format for promoting international education. You can access these resources on their website, here. The site also highlights many of the creative events hosted by educational institutions across the country. For instance, just yesterday Fox Chapel Area High School hosted “Lunch and Language Roundtables,” inviting students to practice their language skills with native German, Spanish, Italian, and French students.

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