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“I am not the same having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.” –– Mary Anne Radmacher
Studying or teaching abroad allows students and adults to grow and develop as global citizens while gaining an education beyond the classroom. From the growing popularity of cultural exchanges, to gap years between high school and college, to earning academic credit as an international student, studying abroad can enrich one in ways that a classroom cannot. As the world becomes more interconnected because of technology and social media, there is growing demand for teachers of all sorts to help people around the world understand each other through communication and cultural training.