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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Carr, Sherah. Personal interview. 4 May 1993.

Caton, Joyce J. and Krchniak, Stefan P. “What makes School-Business partnerships Successful?” Business Education Forum May 1991: 3-6.

Fox, Joanna. Telephone interview. 5 May 1993.

Goodman, Dorthy M. “One Who Cooperates.” The Balance Sheet Winter 1990: 12-14.

Hill, Maggie. “What’s New in Computers?” Electronic Learning March 1993: 10.

Kinnaman, Daniel E. “What Kinds of Outcomes Result From Effective partnerships?” Technology & Learning February 1992: 14-15.

Sculley, John. Becoming Partners (Cupertino: Apple Computer, Inc., 1992) 12.

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BUSINESS AND EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS

The Benefits of Business and Education Partnerships
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A Research Report Prepared for

ABE 842: Issues And Trends In Administrative Support Systems

Dr. Frances Jackson, Professor School of Business
 
 
 
 
 
 

Prepared by

Roderick Hames

May 10, 1993



ENDNOTES

 
 

1. Maggie L. Hill, “What’s New in Computers?” Electronic Learning March 1993: 10

2. Dorthy M. Goodman, “One Who Cooperates,” The Balance Sheet Winter 1990: 12.

3. Telephone interview with Helen Thomas, 7 May 1993.

4. Daniel E. Kinnaman, “What Kinds of Outcomes Result From Effective partnerships?” Technology & Learning February 1992: 18.

5. Kinnaman 18.

6. Kinnaman 18.

7. Lillie Taylor, “Involving the Business Community In Improving Education,” Business Education Forum May 1991: 8-9.

8. Joyce J. Caton and Stefan P. Krchniak, “What Makes School-Business Partnerships Successful?” Business Education Forum May 1991:3-6.

9. Carolyn Vesper, “Education Is Everybody’s Business.” The Balance Sheet Winter 1990: 7-9.

10. Kinnaman 14-15.

11. John Sculley, Becoming Partners (Cupertino: Apple Computer, Inc., 1992) 12.

12. Taylor 7-9.

13. Personal interview with Sherah Carr, 4 May 1993.

14. Carr.

15. Telephone interview with Joanna Fox, 5 May 1993.

16. Kinnaman 10-11.

17. Carr.

18. Caton and Krchniak 3-6.

19. Caton and Krchniak 3-6.

20. Kinnaman 19-21.

21. Kinnaman 20.

22. Carr.

23. Carr.


May 10, 1993
 
 
 

Dr. Frances Jackson
West Georgia College
School of Business
Carrollton, GA 30118

Dear Dr. Jackson:

This research project will examine the benefits for establishing partnerships between business and education. These benefits are divided into four headings which include: benefits for students, benefits for teachers, benefits for business, and benefits for schools.

With the need to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century, school/business partnerships are formally recognizing the necessity for closer cooperation and support. For years education adequately met the need of employers. However, with the age of the computer and other technological advances, society has changed with great speed and growth.

The need to research the benefits of partnerships between business and education is overwhelming. Schools and businesses must begin to realize what benefits can come from open communication and support of each others needs and goals. At risk are the rarest resource in America- students.

Sincerely,
 
 

Roderick Hames
Business Education Teacher
 



RESEARCH PROJECT OUTLINE


Title:
The Benefits of Business and Education Partnerships
 

I. Benefits for Students
A. Instructional Development
B. "Real-World" Experiences
C. Internships for Students

II. Benefits for Teachers
A. Professional Growth
B. Internships for Teachers

III. Benefits for Businesses
A. Test Site for Products
B. Consultation from Teachers
C. Use of School Facilities

IV. Benefits for Schools
A. Consultation and Communication
B. Contributions of Resources


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