‘English for All’ Initiative Creates Opportunities across the World

The US Educational Initiative ‘English for All’ Helps People around the World to Learn English and Thus Access More Opportunities

September 16th, 2016
Vojtech Jirasek, CD News
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English for All, a US governmental initiative, allows Americans to travel abroad and teach English across the world. This unique language program allows Americans to expand their perspectives abroad as well as spreading the knowledge of English language, which is so important in today’s globalized world.

English for All is an exchange program run by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs in the US Department of State. Its aim is to spread knowledge of the English language around the world.

For hundreds of millions of people around the world, learning how to speak and read English is a gateway into the global economy. Learning English offers access to information, advanced education, job skills and the shared communication which shapes the 21st century. Knowledge of the English language could expand the horizons of many people around the world, change their perspectives and help them to access more information, more knowledge and receive a better education.

English for All promotes the various opportunities provided by the US government to Americans who want to teach English abroad. By giving their citizens the opportunity to teach English abroad, they are making a difference to the lives of people in communities around the world as well as expanding their own knowledge and perspective.

The different programs are offered across the world: in all Latin American countries, most of the countries in Asia and Europe and in many countries in Africa.

English for All gives the United States the opportunity to improve the lives of many people and the situation in many countries around the world. With better access to information, the globalization of the world economy could be significantly strengthened. This would help with global economic development.


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