Education First aims to bridge barriers with exchange

By The Boston Globe, Business, Katie Johnston
February 03, 2013

Dyslexic Bertil Hult, founder of EF (Education First), saw first-hand how travel could change the way young people learn and has created a global company doing just that. From The Boston Globe: “Struggling with dyslexia while growing up in Sweden, Bertil Hult quit school after junior high and eventually went to work making coffee and running errands for a ship broker in London. Six months later, without ever stepping foot in a classroom, Hult could speak English.”

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