March 25, 2013
Independent Study-Abroad Companies to Get Permits for Programs in Cuba
Two years after President Obama lifted an embargo on academic travel to Cuba, independent study-abroad providers may finally be able to take American students to the Communist nation.
While the Obama administration has not yet made a formal announcement, members of an international-education association were told of the change in a recent meeting with U.S. State Department officials. And now the first study-abroad group, Texas-based Academic Programs International, has received a
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