International Educator (IE) is the flagship bimonthly magazine of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. IE maintains the highest standards of intellectual quality, editorial excellence, and design to service its readers who are working worldwide to advance international education and exchange.
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Brain Gain, Not Drain, Fosters Global Development and Security
Keeping the United States open to the world’s top international students is critically important, but U.S. higher education should not inadvertently contribute to “brain drain” in developing countries.
A Matter of Logic
Using a programs logic model, institutions of higher education can determine outcomes of internationalization efforts in a meaningful way.
Not Your Grandfather's Community College
Bellevue Community College is providing opportunity and promoting diversity in the Seattle suburbs.
Moving Vietnam Forward
History and politics continue to create challenges, but the Vietnam Education Foundation looks to steer a course toward a better future for Vietnam and improved relations between two former adversaries.
From the Editors
- Stadardizing European Higher Education
- Arabic Language Gains Popularity
- Mapping U.S. Diversity
- Global Population Growth
- Protecting Oral Traditions
- Zimbabwe's Controversial Private School Fees
- 'Obsolete' U.S. High Schools
- Winning Advising Centers
German Alvarez and Wietse de Vries
An interview with Jody Olsen, Deputy Director, Peace Corps
James L. Citron