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March 08, 2012
Amy Wang (L), a foreign exchange student from Shenyang, China, jokes around with her host Troy Hoyles...
Marietta, UNITED STATES
To match Insight USA-SCHOOLS/FOREIGN
Amy Wang (L), a foreign exchange student from Shenyang, China, jokes around with her host Troy Hoyles (2nd L) while Jutarat Sawatpoon (R) from Thailand, watches an online video with Sammantha Hoyles in Marietta, South Dakota February 14, 2012.This year, 11 students from China, Thailand, Germany and elsewhere account for nearly 20% of high school enrollment, bringing cash and a welcome splash of diversity to an isolated patch of the Great Plains. Grant-Deuel is not alone. Across the United States, public high schools in struggling small towns are putting their empty classroom seats up for sale. Picture taken February 14. To match Insight USA-SCHOOLS/FOREIGN REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
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