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This Week In Educational Travel – Earth Day Edition

Here is your weekly round-up of travel and education news from ACIS, around the country, and around the globe that you may have missed. — Did your classroom celebrate Earth Day? ...

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5 Perks of The ACIS Student Ambassador Program

As the last months of the school year are on the horizon, teachers’ schedules show no sign of slowing down. Between school breaks, standardized tests, proms and formals, the end of ...

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Homestretch

This Week in Educational Travel – The Homestretch

Here is your weekly round-up of travel and education news from ACIS, around the country, and around the globe that you may have missed. We’re halfway through April! And besides tax ...

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The Care Factor in Action

The following blog post contains a testimony from ACIS group leader Jacob Shively, who recently experienced the typical highs and lows of travel: delays and itinerary changes, thankfully followed by amazing memories ...

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Traveling with Spanish Teacher Nancy Beck

Each month, we’re proud to introduce you to an extraordinary educator from the US who believes in the power of educational travel to shape the lives of students, both academically ...

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Guest Post: Més Que Un Club

This is a guest blog post from Matthew Briggs of GoPlay Sports, a division of ACIS, which takes club, college and high school teams of all skill levels to world-class venues in ...

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April showers

This Week in Educational Travel – April Showers

Here is your weekly round-up of travel and education news from ACIS, around the country, and around the globe that you may have missed. Hello, April! For those of us in ...

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Enhancing Educational Value with International Perspectives

Today’s guest post comes from Linda Carpenter; teacher, ACIS group leader and academic travel advisor. Linda traveled to London in November 2014, and during the course of her trip, she and her students ...

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126 Years of La Tour Eiffel

Today in 1889, the Eiffel Tower first opened to the public after more than two years of construction. It’s known the world over as a historic landmark, but during its construction, the Eiffel ...

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This Week In Educational Travel

This Week In Educational Travel – Packing Winter Away

Here is your weekly round-up of travel and education news from ACIS, around the country, and around the globe that you may have missed. What’s on your weekend agenda? If it’s ...

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