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Alain LeRoy Locke High School

Integrated Technologies Lab 2000
Los Angeles, California
First high school in America to teach
The WBE.NET Global Internet Trade Course for Students

Teaching


On March 20, 1998 Locke High School of Los Angeles, California became the first high school in America to adopt the WBE.NET Global Internet Course. The project is the combined effort of teacher Alfonzo C. Webb II (bottom row, seated right) and businessman Roosevelt Roby (bottom row, seated left) who believe it is time that students left high school with a profession. Above, students demonstrate the program for Principal, Mrs. Annie Webb (back row, top).



THE THREE MAIN COMPONENTS OF THE IMPORT/EXPORT CLASS ARE:

THEORY SIMULATION APPLICATION
Study WBE.NET User Guide Simulated Business Exercises Develop Business Relationships
Study Export Encyclopedia Create Sample Letters to Buyers Conduct Actual Transactions
Multimedia Presentations Contact Suppliers & Shippers Profit Locke Scholarship Fund



For more information contact:

THE REIS FOUNDATION
5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 1685
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Tel. (310) 670-6710
e-mail: REIS Foundation






 
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