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Teaching Business Education
[June 29, 2017 – 05:28 pm]
Teaching Business Education

The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Business Education is designed for college graduates who have earned a bachelor’s degree in a business discipline and want to become licensed Business Teachers. Students completing this degree are licensed by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to teach business education courses in grades 7 to 12. The degree enables candidates to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to become excellent instructors at both the secondary and post-secondary levels. In addition to pursuing careers in public education, graduates…

Business Education Compact
[November 24, 2016 – 03:30 pm]
Business Education Compact

Investing in education is essential to developing a skilled workforce for the future and improving economic growth. Although the number of children in the world has grown, the number in primary schools has not changed. Even those who do attend school don’t always learn to read and write. Discrimination still keeps some children and adults from quality learning opportunities. This occurs despite international affirmation of the right to education. Constrained educational resources and poverty often limit access to education. Additionally, the skills students learn in school don’t…

Vocational Business Education
[October 19, 2015 – 03:27 pm]
Vocational Business Education

ERIC Identifier: ED467982 Publication Date:Author: Hennigan, Jamie Source: ERIC Clearinghouse for Community Colleges Los Angeles CA. Businesses and education, once seen as competing enterprises, and at times, fundamental enemies, have recently begun to embrace one another to create a more holistic, well-rounded education that satisfies both the demands for skilled employees as well as knowledgeable, or intellectually capable citizens. Vocational education, for example, has undergone consistent reform in the last decade to satisfy the demands of public, corporate, and government…