African students return to their roots

09/4/2003 | NYTimes.com

Some immigrant parents are sending their children back to their home countries in Africa for schooling to help them maintain links with their heritage and to protect them from negative aspects of American adolescent life. One student who studied in Senegal said he found a new sense of self and learned such important values as respect for elders and a sense of community.

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