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Art and Culture Soon to Be Booming at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
July 28, 2020

Lovers of art and culture, rejoice! The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which had previously not been closed for more than three days in more than a century, announced it plans to reopen to visitors on Saturday, August 29, 2020. The reopening will be the first time visitors will be back inside the museum, closed since […]

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Are You the Next Educator Profile for ‘Teach & Travel’?
July 28, 2020

Educators are key players in giving students the opportunity to venture to places they’ve never been and seeing the world from a whole new perspective. That’s why in every issue of Teach & Travel, you’ll find an educator profile—showcasing an educator who has traveled with students! From an educator who found the passion for student […]

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Travel Essentials in a COVID-19 World
July 21, 2020

Hitting the road in the time of COVID-19 can be nerve-wracking, to say the least. When it comes to student groups traveling to destinations and attractions that have been given the green light to welcome guests, there are some key items to pack to ensure all your bases are covered. Masks First and foremost, bringing […]

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Stay Well NYC
July 21, 2020

New York City’s dynamism is defined by its people—those who live, work and visit there. Ensuring everyone’s well-being is paramount right now and it’s a community effort. That’s why NYC & Company launched the Stay Well NYC Pledge, a set of health and safety practices for businesses and consumers. Businesses such as Top of the […]

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The Event That Sparked the American Revolution
July 14, 2020

At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, we tell the story of the “single most important event leading up to the American Revolution.” As field trips may look different this fall, the museum has several virtual experiences that can be presented to a variety of grade levels. We offer an array of live, interactive, […]

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