The Case for Teaching Entrepreneurship in High School

A nonprofit group that teaches business skills in low-income schools says its programs lead participants to graduate and attain higher degrees


Marci Segal, MS‘s insight:


With the lack of jobs on the horizon, and innovation incubators entering communities, it would be helpful to provide entrepreneurial skills to everyone as a basic literacy.

My two cents?  Make sure student’s capacities for generating new ideas, making new decisions and taking new actions for new outcomes are also supported and encouraged.

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