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Teaching English abroad is about educating the people who really need it - The Guardian

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Teaching English abroad is about educating the people who really need it
The Guardian
My parents had both been English teachers in Kenya and we lived in Africa for a couple of years when we were kids.

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Victoria Harris, a daughter of both parents teaching in Kenya thrives to learn English for the more less fortune children of Tanzania. She has already experienced Hong Kong, but felt she was more needed where there were less focus on shopping malls and industry. She feels that educating the people who really need English is very important, and by any means necessary she will do what it takes to include everyone.

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The Internationalization of Higher Education: Next Steps for Europe | Top Universities

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The internationalization of higher education should focus on broadening access, argues the European Students’ Union. Find out what this means.

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The internationalization of higher education has become a reality for many, now with a more systematic increase in both short term and long term students. This part plays a huge role on showing cultural differences and understanding them and as well improving the education iteslf on a global basis.

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