Top 10 Student Destinations 2019: United States
July 15, 2019

SYTA member tour operators selected these 10 cities as the top United States travel destinations favored by students and teachers for 2019. 1: NEW YORK, NEW YORK Home to some of the most renowned museums and monuments in the world, New York City offers students a chance to delve into the worlds of hands-on learning, […]

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Wired to Wear
April 10, 2019

New to the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI), Wired to Wear is the first-ever exhibit dedicated to the future of wearable technology. The 8,000-square-foot exhibit brings together cutting-edge technologies from industry pioneers and creative visionaries, showcasing how clothing is becoming infused with tools to make us stronger, smarter, and healthier. Students can marvel at more […]

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Strengthened Accessibility in the Theater
June 26, 2018

Research has shown a trip to the theater or a Broadway show can benefit a wide range of people in lasting and unique ways that make a huge impact. But how can we ensure the performing arts are becoming more accessible to those student groups who previously may not have been able to enjoy them? […]

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Spirit Cruises: Give Them What the Classroom Can’t
December 13, 2017

Why do high school students choose group travel? Simply put, they want need to break out of the classroom. High school students want to be inspired in ways classrooms can’t manage. They want to connect with each other on a level that their weekday routines don’t allow. We remember this when we welcome a student […]

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The World’s Safest Cities
December 6, 2017

The world has witnessed several acts of terrorism this year, and travelers are not immune to anxiety or fear. We know student safety is a top priority for teachers, chaperones and group travel professionals, yet safety and security within a destination does not always have a simple definition. The Economist offers insight with its recently […]

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