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|Title:||Education in America|
|Abstract:||This projected is based on interview of CY students who came to the United States alone for the better education. The author is mainly focusing different education system between Korea and United States. The main questions are: What is major difference between Korea and U.S. education system? why is English so important to learn? Why do you pick U.S. for your education place? What do you like about U.S. education system? How did studying in the U.S. have changed your life (education).|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2008-06-04|
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