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Foreign Exchange Programs

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I am considering allowing my daughter to participate in a foreign exchange from the United States to Australia. She is very excited to go, is mature, and academically sound, so I feel like she would be a perfect fit for a program like this. Can anyone recommend a great program to send her through? I am able to find websites for specific programs, but they lack reviews from people who have actually send their kids through them so that I can get some opinions about where to start with trying to place her? Is anyone familiar with an organization they would recommend, or any to possible avoid?

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