The Impact of Corporate Philosophy in Education Examined in New Book "Academic Enhancement Tools"

Educator and author Keith Bricker draws connections between businesses and the education system.

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There is a need for business and education to use a common language that students can use in determining and selecting career options

Detroit (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

What can schools, families and businesses learn from each other to ensure student employability?

According to experienced educator and guidance counselor Keith Bricker, the answer is the implementation of a corporate philosophy in our school systems and at home.

By using a business model as a backdrop, this book serves as a guide for parents, educators and all stakeholders that have a vested interest in the American education system and the advancement of our students.

This book highlights the importance of positive family relationships and how these dynamics can affect the academic success of children. Bricker uses his 40 years of experience in the field of education to bolster his messages and show parents the importance of motivating children academically.

“There is a need for business and education to use a common language that students can use in determining and selecting career options,” said Bricker.

Academic Enhancement Tools
By Keith Bricker
ISBN: 978-1-46699-262-7
Softcover retail price: $11.65
E-book price: $3.99

About the author

Keith Bricker has worked with parents, students and business for forty years. He provided a unique perspective to enhance academic success from the power ingrained in family relationships. His specialist degree in education and counseling for teaching science, high school social studies, working as a school counselor, and teaching management courses at the college level provided the background to connect the student and parents with business to enhance student success.

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