Press Release (ePRNews.com) - New York, NY - Apr 25, 2016 - Fusfoo Media LLC, developer of the first national high school-only digital network, announced today it has formed strategic relationships with The School Superintendents Association (AASA) and the National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA).
Fusfoo is the first national high school digital network where both video and editorial content is created by high school students for high school students. Fusfoo offers students the opportunity to manage their own school channels as well as share and view content with other high schools across the country. Evan Denner, Fusfoo co-founder, states, “Receiving support from two well-known and respected academic associations is a great validation that we are on the right track to providing something unique and special to high schools and students.”
“Receiving support from two well-known and respected academic associations is a great validation that we are on the right track to providing something unique and special to high schools and students.”
Fusfoo offers students and local community members an easy way to stay connected to all of their high school news, local, national and international events – all delivered through the eyes of high school students. Students who participate in the program will be able to export their Fusfoo portfolio of work and include it with college applications as well as for internship and job interviews.
AASA is the premier organization for our nation’s superintendents, serving more than 13,000 school district leaders throughout the United States. “As we work to ensure that rich learning experiences are being delivered to our students through digital technologies, we are pleased to partner with Fusfoo Media and the National High School Coaches Association,” said Daniel A. Domenech, Executive Director, AASA. “This initiative will serve as a catalyst for our nation’s high school students as they create pathways for college and their careers.”
Mike Wiley, Chairman of the NHSCA, added: “The NHSCA is proud to be partners with Fusfoo on their high school digital network. We believe the content will highlight the positive impact coaches make in the lives of high school student-athletes across the country.”
Fusfoo’s current pilot program will launch September 2016 in conjunction with the new academic school year. Co-founder Bob Ferraro, Jr. added, “The Fusfoo platform provides high school students interested in the field of communications a one-of-a-kind opportunity. Whether they are interested in being producers, editors, journalists or anything else they can dream of, students will have the opportunity to be responsible for their own newsroom and content creation under the guidance of their high school advisor.”
About Fusfoo Media LLC – Fusfoo (www.fusfoo.com) is the first national high school-only digital network where both video and editorial content is created by high school students for high school students. A thought leader and change agent setting a new standard in digital programming for high school students, Fusfoo provides budding student directors, reporters, and producers with the opportunity to be responsible for their own newsroom and content creation under the guidance of their high school advisor.
About AASA – AASA, The School Superintendents Association, founded in 1865, is the professional organization for more than 13,000 educational leaders in the United States and throughout the world. AASA’s mission is to support and develop effective school system leaders who are dedicated to the highest quality public education for all children. For more information, visit www.aasa.org.
About the National High School Coaches Association – The NHSCA is a 501c3 non-profit organization with a mission statement to provide leadership and support to the nation’s 1-million high school coaches and 10 million high school athletes. The NHSCA selects the National Coach and Athlete of the Year in 20 boys and girls sports that will be featured in the NHSCA National High school Sports Hall of Fame Museum. The museum will serve as a home for all of the 20,000 high schools in America to honor their outstanding coaches, athletes, and administrators. The NHSCA Educational Resource Center provides educational programs for coaches as well as a coach certification program. The NHSCA also provides unlimited liability insurance for all of its members. For more information go to www.NHSCA.com. Source :
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