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The United States and Brazil: An Education Partnership for the 21st Century

US State Department

Presidents Obama and Rousseff share a commitment to an innovative U.S.-Brazil education partnership that addresses the needs of a 21st-century workforce. Both Presidents have set complementary goals for international education. President Obama's 100,000 Strong in the Americas goal aims to increase the number of students from Latin America and the Caribbean studying in the United States and the number of U.S. students studying in these regions to 100,000 by 2020. President Rousseff’s Science without Borders initiative aims to build and expand Brazil’s role as a global leader by sending 101,000 Brazilian students in science and technology fields overseas in the next four years, with at least half coming to the United States. Both Presidents believe the prosperity of their countries is intrinsically linked to the education of their people, and enriched by shared academic experiences in other countries.

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