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    Florida’s Theme Parks Spell Student Tour F-U-N

    Florida’s theme parks offer student group travelers some of the best performance opportunities anywhere in the country. Choir, band, orchestra, and ensembles of all kinds can travel to the Sunshine State for a variety of music festivals and a chance to strut their stuff.

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    Discover the Mysteries of the Deep

    Astronauts have traveled far into space to learn about the mysteries of the universe. Folks at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, are passionate about the unknown as well, but they have turned their attention to the ocean depths, where they study everything from geological activity to fish population and global climate change to coastal erosion.

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    Opportunities Abound For Students In Yucatan

    Students and teachers looking for a distinctive trip would be wise to put the Yucatan on their wish list, its unique combination of archeological, geological and natural biology translating into a rich educational experience, among them the Mayan pyramids and the amazing freshwater sinkholes known as cetones.

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    Student Travel Impacts Student Achievement

    Many middle schools have an annual trip to Washington, D.C. where seventh and eighth graders focus on U.S. history connections to the social studies curriculum. Fifteen years of student travel experience have convinced me that these travel opportunities provide substantial benefits to both the individual and the school as a whole.

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