Upper School English teacher Ms. Collins visited Europe to enjoy the thrills of new knowledge and the open road. First, she attended the 19th annual International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Paris, France, where she took classes about “Educational Delivery Modes: Tools for Making Sound Decisions in an Age of Increasing Technology,” “Linguistic and Cultural Human Rights for Indigenous Peoples in Education,” and “Class Size Effects on Reading Achievement in Europe: Evidence from Progress in International Reading Literacy Study” with presenters from around the world. After finishing the conference, she traveled by train to Germany. In Frankfurt she rented a Honda CBF 600 and rode on the Autobahn to Castle Weikersheim and some small towns in rural Germany. Latin has encouraged teacher travel during the summer through grants directed at expanding a teacher’s knowledge and skills.