It makes students more stable and tolerant personalities than those who are only exposed to only one culture. Since individual students come from different backgrounds, they introduce various mindsets. Each student comes with their own set of priorities and qualities that encourage creativity. Also it helps students to develop socially strong when they are exposed to different personalities and cultural values. They tend to develop acceptance for different people and also appreciate those qualities that may not exist in their own culture. This is turn becomes a crucial advantage when they are interacting outside country, or working in an organization that celebrates diversity in employees.
However, as much the multi-culture brings advantages, it becomes more demanding for school administrations and difficult to meet expectations at home2. The individual student cultural differences at times are so great that at times special treatment is given to such students. They are sent to special educational programs that generally have very different standards than the mainstream schools, hence further elevating student differences.