NFT Travel Guides: Chicago Edition

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One of our travel guides partners, Not For Tourists, has several unique
offerings on their website this week. Check out the following

Boren Awards for Study Abroad

by Bert Maxwell / Nov 05, 2008 /
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Boren Awards for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

The Institute of International Education is pleased to announce the

American Indian Language Development Institute

by Lexa Pennington / Nov 05, 2008 /
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American Indian Language Development Institute 2009
University of Arizona
June 8 - July 2, 2009

Taking a Virtual Trip to Ireland and Beyond

by irishfireside / Nov 05, 2008 /
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Book Review of the Week: Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2009

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As a Special Bonus, Frommer's has graciously donated a copy of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2009, to be awarded to a randomly drawn commenter on this article. Post your comments - you might win!  



The Merasi School

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Recently I read of a school in India that is truly practicing international education and collaboration. The Merasi School is an incredible venture in India, co-created by two people from across the world.  Co-created by Caitie Whelan, our new India Editor, The Merasi School is a place for great community change - from within, and from without.

The Indie Travel Podcast

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I am so happy to be sharing this with our Wandering Educators! One of our Editors, Craig Martin (actually, he is doing double duty as both our New Zealand Editor and ESL Editor), has an incredible venture that he and his wife, Linda, have produced.

The Wheels on the Bus

by AGreene / Nov 03, 2008 /

It's been a little too long since I last posted and I apologize for it. In trying to give you a picture of daily life in Israel, the last post was going to the market. This is how we got from A to B.