The Future of International Educational Exchange is Bright
The future of international education and academic exchange is bright. This is not because the world turned out to be flat or that globalization was a good tide that lifted all ships. Instead, there is something in the human spirit from the earliest days of Plato’s Academy that appears to prefer in-person contact and a location outside of one’s home to spur academic thinking and collaboration. And despite the fact that the word “virtual” transformed from an adverb into a noun since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is indication that as soon as it is safe for students and faculty to return to in-person learning on campuses and in classrooms, that is what they intend to do.
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