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Few Rules Protect Young Foreign Students in U.S.

Each year many young foreign scholars come to the United States as exchange students in hopes of gaining a competitive edge. Most of them return home having had a positive experience. However, this July 5, 2006 NPR story reports that some nonprofit organization's are promising cultural-exchange experiences that often turn into academic nightmares for the student. The U.S. State Department has stepped in, but their is still little protection for these students. Posted by NPR.

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