International Education is a refereed journal published twice a year (fall and spring) by the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. International Education originally focused on humanistic concerns of world education. Its purpose has since been expanded to include problems, issues, and practices that cut across and relate to all levels of international educational policies and practices.
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Current Issue: Volume 42, Issue 1 (2012) Fall 2012
Creating Culturally Relevant Instructional Materials: A Swaziland Case Study
Connie Titone, Emily C. Plummer, and Melissa A. Kielar
Learning About Aging In Hong Kong Through A Linked Service Learning Project
Alicia Skinner Cook and Christine A. Fruhauf
Do Foreign Language Learning, Cognitive, and Affective Variables Differ as a Function of Exceptionality Status and Gender?
Sherry Mee Bell and R. Steve McCallum