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Different Worlds, Mutual Expectations: African Graduate Student Mothers and the Burden of U.S. Higher Education
Journal of Education and Learning
In the United States, colleges use the internationalization of their student body as a conduit to achieving greater diversity. Not only has the attraction of international students become a priority for many universities regardless of size or location, universities administrators are often also quick to point to the increasing number of international students as evidence of their commitment to diversity efforts. This paper explores African student mothers' experiences with the US higherdoi:10.5539/jel.v2n2p201 fatcat:y723uhdfwjbh7mryaximerw73u