For Students Going Overseas, An 'America First' Presidency Complicates Their Studies
from The Chronicle of Higher Education
Higher education has been focused on the potential impact of President Donald Trump's policies on international students ever since he announced a ban on travelers, including student-visa holders, from a half-dozen predominantly Muslim countries. But educators have also been focused, albeit more quietly, on the effects of the current political climate on American students going overseas. The Forum on Education Abroad, a membership group of colleges and study-abroad providers, packed some 300 people into a town-hall meeting on the issue at its annual conference this spring, a late addition to the program.
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