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2015 May 27 - 12:00 am

Community Colleges and Global Education

America today is largely a country of immigrants. Approximately 25 percent of our people identify themselves as being something other than “white,” and nearly 12 percent are foreign born. Yet many of our citizens are insular, unaware of world geography, unable to communicate in languages other than English, and insensitive to cultural differences.

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