NBC launches presidential election resource

NBC Learn has launched “Decision 2012”—a new special collection designed to help students research and analyze the 2012 election based on the candidates, the major issues, the calendar of events, and the process behind the campaigns.
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NBC Learn has launched “Decision 2012”—a new special collection designed to help students research and analyze the 2012 election based on the candidates, the major issues, the calendar of events, and the process behind the campaigns.

From President Obama to Mitt Romney, Herman Cain and Michelle Bachman, teachers and students will be able to look up candidate profiles to learn more about each leader’s background, experiences and stance on the issues. Students will also be able to research policies and issues that are important to voters, such as the economy and jobs, education, national security, immigration and healthcare.

For more information, visit www.nbclearn.com.

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