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Wed March 16, 2011
Education

U.S. Schools Hire Companies To Court Foreign Students

Some public colleges are hiring for-profit companies to recruit international students. It's a controversial strategy, but with shrinking state budgets every tuition dollar is critical. The Universities of Massachusetts and New Hampshire are working with a company called Navitas to bring in foreign students and in some cases, to teach them. Sheryl Rich-Kern of New Hampshire Public Radio reports.

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