Friday, September 26, 2014

K-12 Curriculum Needs Major Overall to Develop Entrepreneurship Skills

Posted By: George Deeb - 9/26/2014

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I am not one to be doom and gloom, preferring to take an optimistic view of most things, but what has me really nervous is the state of K-12 educational curriculum in our country, as I am witnessing first-hand with my school age kids.  Let's take a look as some key trends, and why their needs to be a shift towards teaching entrepreneurship.

Read the rest of this post in Entrepreneur, which I guest authored this week.

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2 comments:

Karli Kelley said...

I've already begun building a curriculum of this nature. It decompartmentalizes the subject matter and is based upon building entrepreneurial skills. What's most important is that it begins with 6 year olds to create a functional foundation upon which to add critical life skills. Glad to know I have compatriots out there!

George Deeb said...

Awesome, Karli. Great minds think alike!! :-)

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