ERIC Number: ED308281
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: N/A
MBEA Today. The Official Magazine of the Michigan Business Education Association. Volume LIV. Numbers 1-5.
Remp, Ann M., Ed.
MBEA Today, v54 n1-5 Sep 1988-May 1989
Presented is volume 54 of the official magazine of the Michigan Business Education Association (MBEA), consisting of 5 issues. Among the contents of issue number 1 is a message from the association president; articles on placing business education in the mainstream of Michigan education, the changing roles and responsibilities of secretaries, and desktop publishing; and an announcement of a kit to be used in marketing business education. Number 2 includes articles on bringing business and economics back to business education, entrepreneurship education, Michigan's "Opportunity Card" concept, and Business Professionals of America, a vocational organization for students. Number 3 includes articles on keyboarding in middle schools and keyboarding by gifted and talented students, on communicating to improve international business, and on highlights of the upcoming state convention program. Included in number 4 are an article on a Michigan Organization of Private Schools legislative luncheon, an editorial supporting affiliation with the Michigan Occupational Education Association, and descriptions of upcoming annual convention sessions. Number 5 includes articles on male secretaries and a report on business education minors who teach business subjects in secondary schools; the names of merit scholars and first place winners in the Business Professionals of America competition; and the names of association recognition award winners. These issues typically include reminders of upcoming affairs, profiles and current MBEA board members, and reports from regional affiliates. (CML)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Michigan Business Education Association.
Identifiers - Location: Michigan