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The following are among the 34 papers included: "An Assessment of Support Staff Training in Public Two-Year Colleges" (Kuceyeski); "Attitude and Motivation of Vocational Student Teachers toward Teaching Commerce and Entrepreneurship" (Pihie, Elias); "Barriers Adult Office Education Students Encounter in Pursuit of Educational Goals" (Reusch); "Building a University-Government Partnership to Implement the Performance Consulting Model in Municipal Government" (Holton et al.); "Business Education Student Teachers' Perceived Multicultural Teaching Competence Related to Their Background Experiences" (Thabede, Schmidt); "Can We Agree on the Topics Financial Managers Need To Know? Practitioners and Educators Respond" (Hoover); "Case Study of a Staff Development Workshop Examining the Application of Teacher Education and Cooperative Learning Research in Business Education" (King); "College Student Absenteeism" (C. Lundgren, T. Lundgren); "Computer End-User Skills U.S. Corporations Recommend Business Students to Possess Now and Toward 2000" (Zhao); "A Determination of the SCANS (Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills) Skills, Competencies, and Personal Qualities Being Included in the Business Curriculums of Nebraska Public Secondary Schools" (Anderson, Barton); "Email" (Joiner et al.); "Entrepreneurship Development in Kenyan Technical Education" (Kanyi, Ubelacker); "Factors that Influence Participation in Student Organizations" (McCannon, Bennett); "The Impact of Selected Variables on Office Roles and Responsibilities" (McEwen); "Linking School with the Workplace" (Finch, Schmidt, Moore); "Methods of Teaching Electronic Spreadsheets" (McDonald, Echternacht, Smith); "Perception of Business Educators about Information Systems Competencies Required by Business Professionals" (Loop); "Perceptions of National Industry-Based Skill Standard Technical Committees of the Impact of Skill Standards on Vocational Education" (Bunn, Stewart, Schmidt); "Postsecondary Office Systems Instructors" (Anderson, Atiba-Davies); "Preparing for Employment in the Next Millennium" (Morrison, Oladunjoye, Czarkowski); "The School-to-Work Initiative" (Gbomita); "Selected Student Variables and Computer Achievement" (Erthal, Wiggs, Huter); "Student Attachment/Internship in Entrepreneurship Education" (Ubelacker, Kanyi); "Utilizing Action Research to Assess a Teaching Philosophy" (Everett); "Conducting Doctoral Research" (Bronner); "The Role of Data Analysis and Interpretation in the Research Process" (Echternacht); "Utilizing the Internet for Research" (Smith, Wiedmaier); and "The Web" (Matyska, Jr., Zeliff). (MN)

Descriptors: Action Research, Adult Education, Adult Students, Advisory Committees, Business Education, Business Education Teachers, College Students, Competency Based Education, Computer Uses in Education, Consultants, Cooperative Learning, Education Work Relationship, Educational Needs, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Electronic Mail, Employer Attitudes, Employment Qualifications, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Higher Education, Information Systems, Internet, Internship Programs, Job Training, Management Development, Mentors, Money Management, Multicultural Education, National Standards, Nonprofit Organizations, Office Occupations Education, Partnerships in Education, Public Schools, Research Methodology, Secondary Education, Simulation, Standards, Student Organizations, Student Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Competencies, Teacher Education, Teacher Motivation, Technical Institutes, Two Year Colleges, Vocational Education Teachers, World Wide Web

Delta Pi Epsilon, P.O. Box 4340, Little Rock, AR 72214 ($15).

Autor: Mitchell, Robert B., Ed.


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