How do I place an order?
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Can I get an order form?
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Can I get a quote?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to send you one, or place the order in the online store using the Purchase Order payment option, write "QUOTE" in place of a PO number, and you'll receive a printable copy of your invoice you can forward to your purchasing department. You won't be charged for this order unless we receive a PO.
Can I get a W-9?
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When will I receive my order?
Most orders are processed within 24 hours. Download orders paid via credit card are sent immediately via email.
What do the recommendation codes mean?
We make specific recommendations for grade level:
- MS: Middle School (8-9)
- HS: High School (10-12)
- HS/PS: 11-14 (younger college students)
- PS: Community/Technical College
- AD: Advanced seminars, study groups
What's a curriculum planning level?
Each performance indicator is assigned to one of six curriculum-planning levels that represent a continuum of instruction ranging from simple to complex. The levels can serve as building blocks for curriculum development in that students should know and be able to perform the performance indicators at one level before tackling more complex skills and knowledge at the next level. The levels can also be used as the basis for developing an unduplicated sequence of instruction for articulation between high school and postsecondary business courses. The six curriculum-planning levels are:
||Content develops employability and job-survival skills and concepts, including work ethics, personal appearance, and general business behavior.
||Content develops skills and knowledge needed for continued employment in or study of business based on the application of basic academics and business skills.
||Content provides in-depth, solid understanding and skill development in all business functions.
||Content provides the same in-depth, solid understanding and skill development in all business functions as in the specialist curriculum, and in addition, incorporates content that addresses the supervision of people.
||Content develops strategic decision-making skills in all business functions needed to manage a business or department within an organization.
||Content develops strategic decision-making skills in all aspects of business that are needed to own and operate a business.