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Education and Schooling
Education and schooling

People living and working across cultures often take part in various types of educational activities, even though they do not label their efforts as such. By working with host colleagues, they frequently transfer skills so that hosts can follow through on jointly developed activities after the sojourners return home. In fact, this point has become well enough known that it provides the basis of advice to newly assigned people: Seek out opportunities to transfer your skills to hosts; if you do so, you will leave behind something of value after your sojourn is over. Hosts appreciate the efforts involved in skills transfer and remember most favorably those sojourners who give attention to this issue.

Schools, of course, are places where formal ...

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