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What does NABE stand for?

NABE stands for National Alliance of Business


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Document Number: 1145 Baldrige in Education Initiative (National Alliance of Business) - The National Alliance of Business (NAB) focuses on increasing student achievement and improving the competitiveness of the workforce. NAB and the American Productivity & Quality Center have formed the Baldrige in Education Initiative, a partnership of 26 leading business and education organizations dedicated to reforming the education system based on quality principles.
National Alliance of Business, Inc. filed as a Foreign for Profit Corporation in the State of Florida and is no longer active. This corporate entity was filed approximately forty-six years ago on Wednesday, February 12, 1969 as recorded in documents filed with Florida Department of State. It is important to note that this is a foreign filing. A foreign filing is when an existing corporate entity files in a state other than the one they originally filed in.
This monograph, summarizing the ideas of participants attending a two-day mini-conference, provides educators with information on the relationship between the National Alliance of Business (NAB) and career education. This booklet begins with a section presenting background information on NAB and several standard NAB youth programs. The next section provides specific examples of NAB involvement with local career education efforts, including the NAB Career Guidance Institute (CGI) youth program.
The National Alliance of Businessmen (NAB) was founded in 1968, by President Lyndon B. Johnson and Henry Ford II, to help government carry out the President's agenda to find jobs for poor adults and youth. The NAB was dedicated to building a quality workforce by providing business leadership and expertise at the national, state and local levels to educate, train and prepare all Americans to success in today's internationally competitive workplace.