NEW YORK TIMES: How many American college students are stranded abroad? No one knows.

As the New York Times reports,

But this past week, as borders suddenly closed and airlines abruptly canceled flights, the biggest lesson for these Americans and many others studying abroad was this: You’re on your own.

It’s unclear how many American students are stuck overseas, though tens of thousands routinely enroll in study-abroad programs — more than 340,000 in 2017-18, according to a report by the Institute of International Education.

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