What are Ciber school? Will change the face of education? Will benefit you, your child or your business? But more importantly, they can jumpstart the economy of Michigan?





These questions and answers on the forum, Thursday June 26, 2008 8:30 pm at Automation Alley 2675 Bellingham Troy Mi. Keynote speaker will be Dr. Confucius Institute at MSU – cooperation with China Central Radio and TV University followed by possible discussion moderator CarolCain Michigan issues.



Ida Byrd-Hill, President of Uplift, Inc. a 501 (c) 3 Idea Incubator and the author of Breakin ‘Out of Your Financial Funk! CIBER’s fight SCHOOL cause the closure of the hustle and TECHknov Preparatory High School November 2007. Hustle and TECHknov Preparatory High School is a school catering ciber high school dropouts who achieved this success:






won Educational Program of Automation Alley year 2007





Collective Leki reading scores moved from 4.2 grade to grade 7.8 in a year





Three students qualified as the fourth finalist for the National Vocabulary Championship than 10,000 participants







Three teams participated in the ThinkKuest Website design



Inaugural graduation rate 80%, 2007









Imagine this success spread across Michigan . Imagine reducing high school dropouts that occur each year. “Michigan’s 40,000 students who should have graduated in the class of 2007 but instead dropped out will cost the state about .3 billion lost wages” , said BobVise, former governor of West Virginia. Wise, who is now president of the Washington, DC-based Alliance for Excellent Education, said the disruption would cost the state .2 billion in household wealth, 0 million in cost of health care and 6 million dollars in remedial training costs.





Ida Byrd-Hill believes that the mastery of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (stem) will have the “forgotten students” with growth of poverty as these skills have allowed professionals from Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa to rise out of poverty.





Ciber school – a full-time online learning in the brick and mortar buildings, are set to accelerate the adoption of science, technology, engineering , mathematics (stem). Be on the ground floor a large paradigm shift, join Ida Byrd-Hill in the concept of CIBER School: How to Jumpstart Michigan economy ! P

Ida Byrd-Hill is the President of Uplift, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 Idea Incubator with the task of reconstruction of cities one idea at a time, using the property (intellectual, real estate and technology) to eliminate individuals from the tragedy. Her latest project is Hustle & TECHknov preparatory high schools, cyber schools for juvenile delinquents and dropouts. Before this project, he spent 10 years as a financial adviser who has advised clients in 2200 individual and 10 corporate clients. He also worked 5 years in human resources and executive search. She is a proud parent of teenage twins, Kevin Karen Hill



. She can be reached at BreakinOut@upliftinc.org / div>