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“Take the challenge!” Connecticut High School Senior Says About DECA Virtual Business Challenge

Nathaniel Larson, a senior at RHAM High School in Hebron, CT and a DECA member, almost missed out on the fun… Read More

CT HS Teacher Integrates Knowledge Matters’ Business Simulations Into Business Classes

Tim Landry, a teacher at RHAM High School, in Hebron, CT, has been teaching high school business classes for 17… Read More

Photos and Videos from the DECA Virtual Business Challenge Live Competition at DECA ICDC 2019

Knowledge Matters is a long-time partner with DECA, a not-for-profit student organization with more than 215,000 members in all… Read More

Oklahoma FCCLA Students Eagerly Competed in FCCLA Virtual Business Challenge For Chance to Qualify For Nationals

When Heather Gottsch, FCCLA Advisor and Family and Consumer Sciences teacher at Cherokee High School in Oklahoma, read about… Read More

More Than 41k US & Canadian High School Students Compete In Virtual Business Simulation Challenge

ANAHEIM, Calif., May 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Last week, in the loud, cacophonous Anaheim Convention Center, at the DECA… Read More

Avanthika Ramesh is the 2016-2017 Virtual Business Scholarship winner from Knowledge Matters

Avanthika Ramesh, a high school senior at Milton High School in Milton, Georgia and the 2016-2017 Virtual Business… Read More

DECA Disaster Relief Fund

In times of disaster, we rally around those impacted by the disasters and help them however we can. Read More

FBLA Virtual Business Challenge – 2019

The finalists in the FBLA Virtual Business Challenge just competed live at the FBLA NLC in San… Read More

DECA Virtual Business Challenge 2020/2021 – First Round Winners Announced

The first round winners of the 2020/2021 DECA Virtual Business Challenge have been announced. Click here… Read More

How to Prepare 2021 High School Seniors for Work or College Post-Pandemic

It’s been a full year since COVID-19 flipped life on its head. High school students everywhere have adapted to… Read More