Program encourages students to solve community problems

01/6/2013 | Keene Sentinel (N.H.), The

Lizzie Cassady, a junior at New Hampshire's Academy for Science and Design charter school in Nashua, is trying to develop an e-reader specifically designed for students and their textbooks. Cassady is among four students in the Learning Studios program, which challenges students to develop solutions to community problems. "We always want to give students ownership of their education," said social studies teacher Douglass Belley. "This program gives them that."

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