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VOTES Students Call Economy Top Election Issue in 2012
VOTES Students Call Economy Top Election Issue in 2012

 
October 10, 2012 3:25PM
'VOTES' Students Call U.S. Economy Top Issue in 2012 Presidential Race - C Tax Breaks Most Popular Way to Spur Job Creation -- In First Blast Polls, Secondary School Students From Across the Country Weigh in on Nation's Priorities, Possible Policy Fixes
 



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An innovative, web-delivered academic tool, StudySync was created by leading national educators with the goal of inspiring higher levels of critical thinking and academic collaboration. Aligned to the Common Core State Standards, StudySync targets middle and high school students, enlisting broadcast-quality video, digital media, mobile platforms and social learning to advance students' reading, writing and critical thinking abilities.

Flexible and easy-to-navigate, StudySync places control fully in the hands of the educator, enabling teachers to integrate the product into their current classroom curriculum any way they see fit. Teachers can, for example, customize the experience by using StudySync lessons in sequence as a complete unit or assigning individual components to supplement existing lesson plans; the teacher can track progress and make assessments at any time. StudySync is also intended to be used across disciplines - for language arts classrooms and for science, social studies, history and other subject areas as well.

About BookheadEd Learning, LLC

BookheadEd Learning connects high school and middle school students to the great ideas of mankind through technology, multimedia, and a rich library of classic and modern texts. StudySync, its award-winning flagship product, uses web-delivered educational tools - including broadcast-quality video, digital media, mobile platforms and social networking - to help teachers inspire higher levels of students' reading, writing, critical thinking, academic discourse and peer-to-peer collaboration. An AEC and SIIA CODiE Awards finalist, StudySync is the recipient of two BESSIE Awards and the EDDIE Award from ComputED Gazette,"Trendsetter" recognition from EdTech Digest, District Administration's "Readers' Choice Top 100 Products" award, and inclusion on Edudemic's list of the Top 50 edtech tools. CEO/co-founder Robert Romano is among EdTech Digest's "50 Fascinating Entrepreneurs." Based in Sonoma, Calif. with an office in Cambridge, Mass., BookheadEd is comprised of educators and experts who believe "Together We're Smarter." To learn more about BookheadEd Learning and its StudySync educational platform, visit www.studysync.com.

About Northfield Mount Hermon

Northfield Mount Hermon, commonly referred to as NMH, is a co-educational independent boarding school for students in grades 9¨C12 and postgraduate. The school is located on the banks of the Connecticut River in western Massachusetts near Gill, Massachusetts. NMH was founded in 1879. The school provides, "Education of the head, the heart, and the hand." Our mission is to engage the intellect, compassion, and talents of our students, empowering them to act with humanity and purpose. The school enrolls 650 students who come from more than 45 states and 35 countries. NMH is a member of the Eight Schools Association, which comprises Phillips Academy (known as Andover), Phillips Exeter Academy, Choate Rosemary Hall, Deerfield Academy, Hotchkiss School, Lawrenceville School, and St. Paul's School

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