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Educational Destinations Welcomes Greg Moore as Senior Travel Designer

After fifteen years working for several student travel companies throughout the country, Greg Moore has returned to the company that was instrumental in forming his career in educational student group travel. A 33-year veteran of the student and youth travel industry, Greg has worked alongside some of the best and brightest travel minds in North America. The Moore Family, avid Cincinnati Reds Season Ticket Members, enjoys a game at Great American Ball Park. "I look forward to once again working with the...

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Chaperoning a Student Trip

Chaperoning a Student Trip

It is great that you're interested in chaperoning a student trip. Thank you! Your role is to help get the kids safely and happily through the challenges of their action-packed itineraries. You are an extension of trip leadership and a liaison to it for the students. Teachers will have high expectations of you, and your number one reason for being on a trip is to support the leaders and kids.  As a chaperone, you must always focus on what's best...

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Top European Educational Destinations

Top European Educational Destinations

Here are our top European educational destinations: With a world full of fascinating educational destinations, just choosing the perfect spot for your students can present quite a challenge. When you travel, the destination will be dictated largely by your group members. However, keep in mind that prices, particularly of flights, are considerably less expensive when choosing non-peak times. London is known as a great destination for a student group tour because of its rich history and being a cultural capitol of...

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Motor Coach Travel Advice for Student Groups

If you are a Teacher looking to offer your students inexpensive travel to that once-in-a-lifetime educational opportunity, motor coach travel is much cheaper than flying. Getting there might take a bit longer, but your group can save money and enjoy new scenery. Coach trips are longer than those by air, of course, so it's important to make oneself as comfortable as possible. The better you are prepared, the better time you'll have. Don't forget to bring your sense of...

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