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In this issue of Teach & Travel magazine, you’ll learn how to travel from the past to the future in Alabama. We also look at how to prepare the perfect chaperone, bus etiquette and seeing France from a new perspective.

FROM THIS ISSUE:

When the Wheels Come Off

Patrick Dailey’s first trip with his band at Arab High School in Alabama saw immediate roadblocks. Having traveled every two years with his former employ, Ardmore High School, band director Dailey is no stranger to student trips. Those trips were put on hold due to...

Students Speak: Learning Independence

When the Nazis stormed into Lithuania on June 22, 1941, the fate of Lithuanian Jewry seemed sealed. The Jews of Lithuania were immediately rounded up and forced into ghettos they were told would protect them from the war. The Nazi regime, with the help of Lithuanian...

Bus Etiquette: Safety, Respect, Collaboration

Several years ago, I authored an article about bus etiquette for students. My key point was that the location of your seat on the bus determined your behavior. The well-behaved students sat in the front of the bus, the quiet ones sat in the middle while the bad...

John Reed: Launching Students Into Success

You don’t always have to work in the classroom to change students’ lives. In fact, John Reed of Georgia is leading youth to success entirely as a volunteer. As program director for the afterschool Arrow Youth Leadership Council, Reed has dedicated his life to...

Experience Space, Sea and Sound in Sunny Alabama

The Yellowhammer State, the Cotton State, the Heart of Dixie — whatever you like to call it, Alabama is a gorgeous place bordered by four other states and an ocean. Add centuries of history on top of that and you have the perfect student travel destination. While...