Stoking the entrepreneurial spirit in immigrant teens

12/1/2005 | SeattlePI.com

A National Federation for Teaching Entrepreneurship program that shows low-income students how to start their own businesses has helped raise Hispanic teens' reading scores and boosted their interest in continuing on to college, finds a Harvard study. New Bedford High School dropout prevention team member Jane Jacobsen says the program helps students in the Massachusetts school discover value in staying in high school.

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