The number of Iranian students enrolling at colleges in the United States is up 50 percent since 2005, although still at levels far below the tens of thousands who enrolled before the fall of the Shah, The New York Times reported. The students say that they are attracted by the quality of education offered, which they see as a more important factor than the tensions between the governments of Iran and the United States.
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