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Middle East Partnership Initiative Pursues Educational Reform Through Two New University Partnerships
The Department of State has announced awards by the Middle East Partnership Initiative for two new university partnerships.Working with the Higher Education for Development program and the U.S. Agency for International Development, the growing University Partnerships Program promotes strategic partnerships between U.S. and Arab universities in key areas for the development of democratic and prosperous societies within the region. more

Doors to Diplomacy logo. October 2005.Doors to Diplomacy
Register now for the U.S. Department of State and Global SchoolNet 2006 "Doors to Diplomacy" award competition. This award will recognize the student-created Global SchoolNet Web projects that best teach others about the importance of international affairs and diplomacy.

Promoting Cultural Understanding
Along with other programs it offers, the Office of English Language Programs provides professional teacher training programs worldwide to promote understanding of American language, society, culture, values and policies. It is only through a thorough understanding of each other's cultures that we can establish and maintain a foundation of international cooperation and trust.

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