International Educator - September/October 2015 - 2

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FROM THE EDITORS
By Elaina Loveland

Homeward Bound
"One child, one teacher, one book, one pen
can change the world."
-Malala Yousafzai

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former U.S. President Calvin Coolidge noted in 1924. Philosophers
throughout history have commented on the role of teachers, from
Aristotle who said, "Those that know, do. Those that understand,
teach," to the young Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai, who demonstrated that it only takes one voice to change the world. It's the
essence of teaching that is at the core of international education-
and that the ability to understand others and improve conditions for
all citizens in every part of the world is the principle that unites us
as international educators.
Our feature, "Going Home to Teach," shares the stories of four
educators who decided to return home to teach in their homelands.
Piyush Swami, who came to the United States as in international student and was a professor at Ohio State University for 30 years, went
back home to start a school in India specifically serving Dalits or the
caste known as "the untouchables." Aicha Lemtouni is trying to incorporate aspects of the U.S. education system in her native Morroco.
Solange Uwituze, from Rwanda, went back home to be a professor but
is currently working with an African regional university consortium,
based in Uganda, where she is responsible for training and quality assurance. And Yi-Chieh Lin, originally from Taiwan, went to her native
region of Southeast Asia to open an English language school in China
that teaches both school students and teachers from Chinese public
schools who want to learn English
The cover story in this issue, "A Little Can Go a Long Way," explores how grants and financial gifts can provide more opportunities
for students to study abroad.
Other highlights of this issue include, "Framing the Discussion,"
a Front Lines column from NAFSA Executive Director and CEO
Marlene Johnson about NAFSA's evolving role in the public policy
discussion affecting international education; "Horizons Broadened," a
personal essay from faculty member Bruce Gleason about serving as
an interim director of international education; and an opinion article,
"Pathway Provider Partnerships in Higher Education: What Institutions Should Consider," about English-language pathway programs.
Plus, in the annual International Enrollment Supplement that accompanies this issue, the feature article, "Diversifying International
Enrollment," discusses countries that are emerging markets for international student recruitment as higher education institutions increasingly
seek to diversify where their international students hail from.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of International Educator - September/October 2015

Contents
Supplement Contents
Going Home to Teach
A Little Goes a Long Way
Opening a Window on the World at Columbus State University
Frontlines: Framing the Discussion
In Brief
Foreign Student Affairs
View From Out Here
Forum
In Focus
International Educator - September/October 2015 - Cover1
International Educator - September/October 2015 - Cover2
International Educator - September/October 2015 - Contents
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 2
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 3
International Educator - September/October 2015 - Frontlines: Framing the Discussion
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 5
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 6
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 7
International Educator - September/October 2015 - In Brief
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 9
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 10
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 11
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 12
International Educator - September/October 2015 - 13
International Educator - September/October 2015 - Going Home to Teach
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International Educator - September/October 2015 - A Little Goes a Long Way
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International Educator - September/October 2015 - Opening a Window on the World at Columbus State University
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International Educator - September/October 2015 - Foreign Student Affairs
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International Educator - September/October 2015 - View From Out Here
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International Educator - September/October 2015 - Forum
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International Educator - September/October 2015 - In Focus
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