January 13, 2014
Why have efforts to internationalize the curriculum stalled?
James Yang for The Chronicle Review
Today we are sending a growing number of students to study abroad. We are setting up branch campuses in other countries. We are seeking foreign students to fill our seats (and budgets). So why am I worried that the internationalization of our curricula has stalled?
We often use the terms "international" and "global" interchangeably, but they should not be confused. Crudely, "global" means "concerning the whole world." Global phenomena are those not limited
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