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Welcome to the future of education, a social media site where elementary, middle and high school students are hands-on as they learn and develop new abilities and interest in learning, and where even the youngest of children are incentivized to participate with their parents. If you do nothing else, click on the gold-colored News and Blog tab at the top of this site. The articles there are submitted to this business plan site from parents and other volunteers working for the launch of the pre-k-12 Website, temporarily referred to as GMnavy.go. The purpose of GMnavy.go is to ramp up the productivity of secondary education. Critically important, micro and macro results will be measureable via dozens of current and time-honored metrics.
Although a Fortune 100's initial reflex to becoming the site's national SPONSOR/enhancer of pre-k-12 education may be Why?, advantage to the bottom line may be profound.
To determine for yourself the strength of these four bullet points, read our business plan.
Clicking on the business plan link will take you to the Master Index. Once there, simply clicking on the first topic, Welcome to GMnavy.go will bring you back to this page. Instead, continue down the Master Index to other topics. To access the topics not highlighted, you may contact Vernon Baker at email@example.com.
Remember, as parents across the U.S. can explain, the pre-k-12 GMnavy.go site is not just another "education" site. Everyone, it seems, has one of those, and yet the nation's pre-k-12 results on the so-called "Nation's Report Card," PISA, etc. remain dismal.
For more about the value of the pre-k-12 social networking site, click on the gold News & Blog tab at the top of the page.
Also keep in mind that as a marketing tool, "paid ads" in a venue such as Facebook may be a poor use of marketing dollars, as General Motors found. (As noted in this business plan, ads per se will not be permitted in the pre-k-12 site.)
Finally, this site is merely the business plan for the future site by whatever name, whether GMnavy.go, HSeverywhere.com or a URL that includes Coke, Apple, your company's name or that of your competitor.
Clicking on this link will take you to the Master Index. At the index, click on any of the highlighted topics, but if you click on Welcome to GMnavy.go, sorry, you will simply come back to this page. For a quick overview, click Prologue. To learn how to use this site, click the Help topic. Or scroll to the bottom of the Master Index to the Storyboards. The depth of this plan—primarily the non-highlighted links—offers a precise and immediate path to recast the productivity of our nation's vast pre-k-12 human capital resource.
Please email Vernon Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a contact at a Fortune 100 company (or a government entity) that you feel should have interest in helping sponsor this project. Or probably more effective, perhaps invite the company to review this business plan.
Don't be concerned if you feel that young people and parents currently have no particular loyalty to the Fortune 100 company you have in mind; that will change as the process described in this site becomes the differentiator.