Welcome to the Arizona Business Education Association (ABEA) website. This website has been designed to keep in constant contact with its members, giving them access to curriculum, lesson plans, and teaching strategies. In addition, ABEA members have the ability to share with other members in order to stay current with Business Education.


Mission Statement
The mission of the ABEA is to serve individuals and groups in all endeavors associated with and about business and business education.



Images of schools will periodically be featured on the Home Page.

Pictured below is Tonopah Valley High School. Business Teacher, District CTE Director, Department Chair, and FBLA Advisor, Elena Sobampo, teaches at Tonopah Valley HS. Elena was elected to the ABEA Executive Board as President Elect on July 23, 2013.

Tonopah Valley HS 

As an ABEA member, if you would like your school featured, or something special you are doing with your students, just email a picture and a description to bfrenner66@cox.net and we will be glad to post it on the Home Page.



Arizona Business Education Association is a 501 (c) (3) Corporation
All contributions to ABEA are tax deductible
Arizona Business Education Association is a non-profit organization.

4 Responses to Home

  1. Thanks to Anne Wisener, Barbara Renner and the rest of the ABEA Board for putting on an amazing Conference! The sessions were great and the networking opportunities provided were invaluable. Well done.

  2. Ken Kuhn says:

    I am writing to compliment both Barbara and the webmaster for doing such a great job on the ABEA web page–the BEST in the whole WBEA (in my opinion). Well done! You have both put in time & effort on the development of the web page that has paid off for your members. Many kudos to both of you! Ken, your Canadian friend

  3. Francis Bidleman says:

    Kudos to all involved in setting-up the ABEA conference in Tucson. This conference had many very interesting, useful workshops. I especially enjoyed the presentation by the keynote speaker, Dr. John Mulcahy. His description of the CTE Delivery Model truly shows CTE’s contribution to a well rounded education.

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