When traveling to foreign places, one of the things that sticks out is how different the food is, especially depending on where you are.
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Educators in the United States have known for years that black boys are overrepresented in special education (SPED) classes and underrepresented in gifted and talented education (GATE) ones.
More than 66,000 Military B.R.A.T.s are enrolled in 160 schools located in 11 foreign countries, seven U.S. states and two territories. Additionally, more than 8,000 educators teach these students.
One of the biggest events of the year all over the world is Oktoberfest, the holiday where people all over the world come to celebrate beer, bratwursts and pretzels.
Over the years, skateboarding has become increasingly popular, with the sport making its first Olympic appearance in Toyko, Japan.
Third Culture Kids (TCKs) have typically spent a significant part of their upbringing crossing cultures. Their experiences can make it challenging to find, form and sustain a sense of belonging to place and to people.