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Highlights

International Education Week
International Education WeekAssistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs Harrison addressed the States Institute on International Education in Schools as part of International Education Week 2003.

Youth Web Sitefuture.state.gov logo
"Future State" offers maps, stories, games, resources and more for educators, students, and parents.

Web Site for International Students
EducationUSA.state.gov provides information for students residing overseas who are exploring study in the United States.


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