Fear: The Main Ingredient in Cultural Intolerance

Fear: The Main Ingredient in Cultural Intolerance

Global events displayed daily on our televisions, read in newspapers and on-line causes us to develop a pessimistic view of the world. The large numbers of innocent people suffering and dying for causes they may not even care about or understand casts a negative view of the world that is being passed on to our children and future generations. This, in turn, is causing them  to become suspicious, lose faith, feel insecure and, in the end, hopeless about their future.  

Student and Service Exchanges Abroad

Student and Service Exchanges Abroad

1. How studying abroad has changed in the last decade

2. U.S. Falls Short in Studying Abroad

3. American students lag behind in study abroad programs

4. American students abroad don’t look like American students at home

5. Canada needs to send more students abroad

6. Why black students don’t study abroad

7. Studying Abroad Helps Disadvantaged Students Break Frame

8. Studying abroad 7 things parents need to know

9. Not all children are mature enough to study abroad

10. Most Foreigners Have Little Knowledge About China, Survey Reveals