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Every Bridge Has Its Story: Sailing Under The Bridges in NYC
November 16, 2021

It’s remarkable to see hundreds of bridges connect Manhattan to other boroughs of New York City, let alone the fact that many of the major bridges have broken the world’s records. This article will introduce students to the stories of 4 famous bridges of New York that they may not learn from the textbook. Some […]

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Banding Together to Accomplish Anything
November 16, 2021

When travel simply isn’t an option, the best educators find the best opportunities available to their students.

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‘Shear Madness’ Makes Students Part of the Play
November 9, 2021

Shear Madness, the interactive comedy whodunit, has been delighting audiences at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. for over 13,500 performances.

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Immersing Students in the Travel Experience
November 9, 2021

At age 17, I was an exchange student in the Netherlands and lived with a Dutch family for three months. It was the biggest challenge of my life, especially not knowing the Dutch language, culture, and traditions. Despite my ignorance of their lifestyle, I was determined to immerse myself, learning and experiencing as much as […]

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How to Do the Holidays in New York City
November 2, 2021

New York City is always ready to wow visitors, but the five boroughs are particularly dazzling from Thanksgiving through New Year. The City’s “fifth season” will feel especially festive this year, as many beloved events make their long-awaited return. Students will have the opportunity to explore iconic experiences—and make new traditions too.

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