Monday, June 6, 2016

Dutch Schools Reschedule International Travel after Terror Attacks

The NOS media outlet has interviewed a hundred Dutch schools about international travel plans for their pupils. They concluded that many of them have changed policies after the terror attacks in Paris and Brussels. One of the measures taken is that schools avoid trips to capital cities, for instance trips to Berlin and London are rescheduled to go to smaller cities. Many schools had planned to travel to Istanbul but almost all schools have rescheduled their trips. Also when abroad, school groups are to avoid public transport.

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