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Devin, Carl – 1983
Changes are proposed for updating the curricula for office administration and secretarial science, the first being a name change for the department to Information/Word Processing or Administrative Sciences. Curricula (required courses and electives) are suggested for information/word processing--keyboarding specialist (one year certificate),…
Descriptors: Accountants, Accounting, Business Education, Clerical Occupations
RESCUE, Litchfield, CT. – 1988
The Connecticut Business and Office Education (BOE) curriculum was revised in light of critical issues in BOE. The issues were studied prior to revision, and the following recommendations were made: (1) requiring a minimum of one semester of electronic keyboarding and word processing; (2) placing equal emphasis on management, logical thinking…
Descriptors: Bookkeeping, Business Education, Competence, Competency Based Education
Redmann, Donna, Ed. – Louisiana Business Education Journal, 1994
This annual journal contains nine articles dealing with business education in Louisiana and elsewhere. The articles "Word Processing Competencies: Which Ones Are Really Necessary?" (Patricia Lynn Anderson, Mary Alice Griffin) and "English Basics Were Developed in Shorthand--Why Not in Keyboarding?" (Clora Mae Baker, Marcia A.…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Business Communication, Business Education, Business Skills
Blank, Joan W. – 1987
Comprehensive business education programs must serve the total school population through a relevant curriculum oriented toward providing career direction, a sound foundation for advanced study, and the development of employability and job skills. A comprehensive program consists of many components, including curriculum, equipment, advisory…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Advisory Committees, Articulation (Education), Business Education
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South Orange-Maplewood School District, NJ. – 1993
Intended to guide teachers, librarians, and administrators in meeting the educational technology needs of students at all grade levels and subject areas, this curriculum focuses on how computers, telecommunications, automated libraries, television, and satellite links, impact schools. The curriculum addresses both the teaching of technology and…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Software, Curriculum, Curriculum Development
Missouri State Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education, Jefferson City. Div. of Vocational and Adult Education. – 2000
Each year, the Policies Commission for Business and Economic Education develops statements regarding business education. The following are among the commission's guidelines regarding planning the business education curriculum for the new century: (1) making business education an integral and equal partner within schools' educational communities…
Descriptors: Accounting, Articulation (Education), Business Administration, Business Communication