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Division Report: Business Education Division

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Division Report: Business Education Division

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Know Your VP

Dianna Carpenter has been a member of ACTS for a number of years and was elected to a three-year term as vice president of the Business Education Division in 2000. Teaching was her goal from very early in her life-though the choice of teaching assignments changed quite frequently. Early in her college career, Carpenter realized that business education was her destiny. She has taught in Roane County, W.V., for her entire career.

Becoming involved in professional associations was a natural progression for Carpenter; she is also a member of the National Business Education Association and participates in many other events in her community. Being the head junior sponsor in charge of the prom, yearbook advisor and Future Business Leaders of America advisor are activities that also keep her very busy.

Carpenter has been married for 26 years to Dennis. They have two sons, Miki and Brady-both students at West Virginia University in Morgantown, W.V.

The issue in education that concerns Carpenter the most is the looming teacher shortage that will impact business education in the near future.

Look Out Las Vegas, Here We Come

You have heard New York City called the "city that never sleeps;" well, I have been told that there isn't any reason to try to sleep in Las Vegas. There is always something to do there-day or night.

In addition to everything else that always goes on there, ACTE is on its way this December. The convention is December 12-15, 2002, and the sessions that have been planned are thought provoking, educational and will keep you interested. The headquarters hotel for the Business Education Division is the MGM. The convention is sure to brighten your outlook on life as well as give you something to take home. Check out the ACTE Web site (www.acteonline.org) for more information. ACTE/Business Education Online

Check it out! The Business Education Division is online. The ACTE Web site has been revamped. If you haven't spent some time recently looking over the site, you definitely should take a few minutes out of your busy day. You will be pleasantly surprised. You should especially check out the business education site at www.acteonline.org/about/div-be.html. The newsletter is placed there with special information about the issues in the field. There will also be detailed information about the conference events. …

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