Why a Global Education Doesn’t Have to Mean Going Abroad

Zoe Gruskin (left), a student at Williams College who took part in a “study away” program in Portland, Me., poses with her Ethiopian host family.
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Do students need a passport to get a global experience?

Breaking with orthodoxy in study abroad, some educators have come to believe that the answer is no. Given the diversity of the United States, they argue, it’s no longer necessary to cross...

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