Tips for parents whose kids want to study abroad

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In the 2012 Open Doors report, the institute for International Education found that over 273,000 college students study abroad in 2010. That number has tripled over the past two decades.

Kellye Crockett from the Barstow School shares study abroad tips to keep mom, dad and the kids happy and safe.

Top tips:
Pick a program right for you
Be open to new ideas
Don't forget medical insurance, staying in touch, hidden fees

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