BPS Retired Educators India

November 2-13, 2018

(Click here to view the program flyer)

This program will explore the dynamics of India as a global power. We will explore two major themes:

  • Arts, media, and entertainment.

  • Conservation and environmentalism

    This program will also involve a look at Indian classroom methodologies – and how they incorporate diverse cultures, religions, histories, and politics in a single inclusive curriculum. We’ll meet with a ‘living religions’ expert whose work can inform your school’s efforts to teach to the diversity of religions in India and elsewhere. And we’ll explore the importance of arts education. We’ll take part in programs of music, dance, and the performing arts – and we’ll learn how India enlivens curriculum with a strong focus on the creative arts! 

You are in India during Diwali, that means many fairs organized in Delhi during those days and there will optional opportunity for a visit to one of the fairs to witness the celebration and festivities. While in Jaipur, Chokhi Dhani is a village that has cultural shows, dance performances, camel ride, puppet show every evening. There is a cultural dance performance at the Ranthambore.

Registration opens on June 18, 2018.

Dates: July 18, 2018 

Pricing for this unique arts & culture experience: $3300 per person sharing (Single rooms are available for an additional $550.)

Deposits of $500 are due on a first-come, first-served basis.  

Payments are due as follows: On June 18, 2018, $500; July 16,2018, $700; August 20, 2018, $900; September 21, 2018, $1200

Single Supplement $550


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Please indicate if you require assistance in securing a roommate. We will endeavor to assist and are typically successful. However, we can not guarantee a roommate pairing. In the rare event that we are unable to assist, a single delegate registering relatively late may be required to pay the single supplement.

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