Support for Business and Marketing Educators

  1. Vetted resources and advice from our Teacher Advisory Network, PD Team, and staff.
  2. Current articles and discussion questions focused on business and industry response and operations during the pandemic.

1) Resources That Educators Recommend

These and others are constantly updated on our COVID-19 support page.

Note: This is our last issue of this special-edition newsletter. Thank you to the many teachers who shared tips within it.

MBA Learning Center
Throughout the pandemic, we have heard teachers recommending the MBA Learning Center for remote and in-school learning. If you haven't tried it yet, consider doing so over the summer. Start with a 3-minute overview video, and take advantage of reduced pricing. Our customer service team is here year-round to help you get started.

Microsoft Teams
"My department is putting all of our content in Microsoft Teams. Then, if we must go to remote learning again, everything is accessible." - Dr. Ann Stewart, Marketing and Entrepreneurship Teacher, Stewarts Creek High (TN)

2) How Businesses Are Adjusting to COVID-19

Click here to access our page with current articles and discussion questions. Latest additions:

  • With the jobless rate high, consumers shift from brand name to private label.
  • How will the future of higher education be changed as a result of the pandemic? How are universities and students planning to adapt?
  • Can a tulip business blossom during a pandemic? Learn about Tulip Town and the plight of its owners.

We Are Here To Help

Reach out to Customer Service for assistance with any of our resources. 
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