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February 2017 Newsletter

February 2017 Global Education Experiences Newsletter What you will find inside our newsletter this month - news on our au pair designation, Renzulli Discovery Programs are filling up quick, get paid to study abroad this summer, and more!  Renzulli Learning is Back! We are delighted to announce that Renzulli Learning is back! The Renzulli [...]

By | February 14th, 2017|Au Pair, Latest News, Renzulli Creativity Programs, Study in the USA, Teach & Volunteer Abroad|Comments Off on February 2017 Newsletter

Comparing Education Systems

The Vast Differences Between the American Education System and Chinese Education Dr. Derek Levine, Ph.D from the University of Debnver's Korbel School of International Studies, is the Director of the International Student Program at Moore Catholic High School. He is a source for the Wall Street Journal and most recently spoke with us about [...]

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January 2017 Newsletter

January 2017 Introducing the Global Education Experiences Newsletter We are delighted to launch our monthly newsletter - Global Education Experiences -  which will highlight participant experiences and inform our readers about program updates and Global Education news. We hope this newsletter will become a valuable resource for international education and travel opportunities. Happy New [...]

By | January 9th, 2017|Au Pair, Latest News, Renzulli Creativity Programs, Study in the USA, Teach & Volunteer Abroad, Uncategorized|Comments Off on January 2017 Newsletter

How to Think Like Shakespeare

Dr. Scott L. Newstok addressed the Class on 2020 during Rhodes College Opening Convocation on Aug. 19. In his speech, he encourages the class of 2020 to think like Shakespeare. We hope you enjoy this wonderful article from the Chronicle of Higher Education, which illustrates the true spirit of creativity and innovation in education. “The [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Latest News|Comments Off on How to Think Like Shakespeare

School Spotlight – LHSA

School Spotlight: Lutheran High School Association Last year we partnered with the Lutheran High School Association of St. Louis where we currently have 24 international students placed with fantastic host families between the two high schools. The Lutheran High School Association is comprised of 2 high schools- Lutheran High School North and Lutheran High School [...]

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GEC Spotlight

Meet Christine, she is one of our Global Education Coordinators (GEC's) who is currently supervising 24 students and is also hosting two male students this academic year. Christine is doing a phenomenal job making sure the students and families are all having an enjoyable year together. Read her story about her families hosting experience, the [...]

By | September 13th, 2016|Au Pair, Latest News, Renzulli Creativity Programs, Study in the USA, Teach & Volunteer Abroad, Uncategorized|Comments Off on GEC Spotlight


Signs That Your International Student Is Homesick And How To Help Them Have you noticed that your student has been overly quiet, has little to no appetite, no motivation or seems withdrawn from everyone and everything? He or she may be experiencing homesickness. Being homesick is very common when a student comes to spend a [...]

By | November 3rd, 2015|Latest News, Study in the USA|Comments Off on Homesickness

Study in the USA!

LPi Learning is happy to announce that we are launching a new F-1 High School exchange program. This program will allow international students to travel to the United States and stay with a host family while they attend a local private or public high school. Currently, we have hundreds of host families who are ready [...]

By | September 21st, 2015|Latest News, Study in the USA|0 Comments
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