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About CFR’s Academic Initiative
CFR’s Academic Initiative connects educators and students at the college and graduate level with CFR’s research and nonpartisan analysis. The Academic Initiative offers a wealth of resources for the classroom, including an Academic Conference Call series, student briefings, and online Academic Modules, which feature teaching notes by authors of CFR publications. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Educators Portal on CFR.org
CFR's Educators Portal, www.cfr.org/educators, is a "first stop" on the Internet for members of the academic community seeking information on and analysis of U.S. foreign policy and global developments. In addition to a wide range of CFR materials—including interviews with experts, meeting transcripts, and new backgrounders—educators will find free customized academic modules built around a primary CFR text designed to assist in supplementing their course syllabi.
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