Interwoven Fabrics: Multicultural and International Education
AbstractInternationalism and multiculturalism are threads of one fabric. Our world is increasingly characterized both by global participation and interdependence as well by domestic diversity. Both require a deeper understanding of cultural differences as well as the skills needed to live and work in a diverse world. This article describes some of the formal and informal innovations occuring within our institutions of higher learning. Examples of curricular, cocurricular, and partnership initiatives are provided.
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