Perkins V Ready

As you prepare to meet the tenets of Perkins V, there are many ways we can help. One is High School of Business. A coordinated, sequenced program of study that leads to a post-secondary credential, this proven program delivers what students need to be successful in business careers in every industry. This chart explains how the program aligns with Perkins V.

Find other resources that align to Perkins V here.

A*S*K Certification Practice Tests

Need help in preparing students for the A*S*K Business Institute Certification exams? We’ve got you covered with A*S*K practice tests! Each practice test contains 50 multiple-choice items similar to those used on the official certification exams—plus a descriptive key including question sources and answer rationales. Visit the MBA online shop for more details.

Quick Tips From Teachers

Our series featuring quick tips for the classroom by members of the Teacher Advisory Network (TAN) continues! This week’s tip comes from TAN member and Wilcox High School business teacher Tony Raffetto.

Ongoing Research Keeps Pace With Business and Industry

MBA Research uses a multi-pronged research strategy to ensure standards and the resources developed to support them are always forward-thinking. The Executive Advisory Network (ExecNet) is one piece of that. Each month, business professionals from across the U.S. complete an online survey about skills in their workplace. Learn more or invite business professionals in your area to join at

Sponsorship Opportunities at Conclave

Know a business or organization interested in reaching business administration educators? We'd appreciate your help in sharing our Conclave Sponsorship Prospectus. This is a great opportunity for curriculum providers, educational organizations, promotional materials manufacturers, colleges, and others to promote their products and services.

Look Inside a Learning Activity Package (LAP)
Stress Management


Social media is everywhere and can be fun for its users. It can also cause a large amount of stress among people of any age, but especially teenagers. Click here to get a snippet about our latest LAP Keep Your Cool (Stress Management) and teach students what stress is, how it can be harmful, and how employees and employers can manage it.

This 2020 edition LAP (referenced as LAP-EI-028) is available in the Learning Center today.

Ready-To-Use Classroom Resource

Use The Gray Zone ethical dilemmas to introduce your students to problems and situations that don’t have one specific right or wrong answer. This week’s Gray Zone topic: Addressing Needs of Individual Personalities.

This Gray Zone comes from the Typecasting lesson module (LAP) and aligns to performance indicator SE:810 Respond appropriately to prospect’s individual personality type.

Learning Center LMS

Did you know? The Learning Center has its own gradebook which can also be imported or exported into other systems. To learn how to use the Gradebook, watch this Canvas video tutorial. Written instructions can be found here.

For an in-depth look at all the features the Learning Center has to offer, watch this video.

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