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International Education Week 2004: November 15-19: U.S. Dept. of State, U.S. Dept. of Education Get Involved
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IEW 2005 is tentatively scheduled for
November 14 - 18, 2005.
An announcement will be made in early 2005.

International Exchange

Fulbright foreign students volunteer in renovating
transitional housing in Washington, D.C.

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NEW View a slideshow from the IEW Exchange Fair at the State Department

Watch a video: ECA Sports Envoys Omari Faulkner and Courtland Freeman on the importance of International Education Week (IEW)

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IEW Brochure for High School Administrators and Teachers* (381KB)

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Remarks — Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage at the IEW Exchange Fair at the Department of State

Proclamations and Statements.

Remarks — Secretary of State Colin L. Powell at the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs' Reception for Humphrey Fellows and Foreign Diplomats. View a slideshow.

One World: Connecting Communities, Cultures, and Classrooms (Partnership between NFL and Scholastic Inc.)

IEW Statement from Rod Paige, Secretary of Education (October 2004)

IEW Statement from Colin L. Powell, Secretary of State (October 2004)

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