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Middle schoolers and high schoolers can use summer travel programs to prepare for future opportunities to study abroad.
How to utilize summer travel programs for a graduation project
Adding travel experiences can help students overcome a pandemic slump.
Psychologists call it languishing and travel can be a cure.
Statistics show teens are on their phone many hours every day. Families can help strike a healthier balance between technology use and real-world living by following these steps before, during, and after a trip.
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Rustic programs take students off the beaten path - far away from tourist locations. At these destinations, they are wowed by both the scenery and the people they meet.
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“Rustic” lodging can include camping, or staying in huts, or even boats. Here are some of the lodging differences
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With the help of Rustic students, thousands of sea turtles have survived in an increasingly challenging environment.