Visit Europe with PDK

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Visit Europe with PDK


Kappan editor-in-chief Joan Richardson will lead a PDK International trip to Paris and Amsterdam from Oct. 6-15, 2014.

The 10-day trip will blend professional development and sightseeing. Travelers will visit the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris as well as schools in Paris and Amsterdam. The trip will also include visits to historic locales, such as the Anne Frank home, the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Versailles Palace & Gardens. Professional development credits will be available through EF Educational Tours, which is handling the traveling arrangements for the trip.

The trip is open to members of PDK and PLT and FEA adult advisers.

The cost of the trip varies according to departure cities, ranging from $3,540 for New York (Newark) to $3,770 for Denver. For land-only pricing and single rooms (at an additional cost), contact EF directly at 877-253-5360. Fees are subject to change.

A limited number of $1,000 scholarships are available. Scholarship applications will be accepted from April 1 to May 1, 2014. http://pdkintl.org/programs-resources/internarional-travel/ international-travel-global-learning/.

The trip cost includes round-trip airfare, hotel (shared rooms), airport transfers and transportation between destination cities, breakfast and dinner daily, guided sightseeing, walking tours, entrance fees to select attractions, education leaders, and local school visits. …

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