Opinion: Educators should promote entrepreneurship in schools

12/9/2009 | Edutopia.org

An Ontario, Canada, educator writes that schools should embrace initiative and risk in the spirit of educational entrepreneurship. In this blog post, Stephen Hurley writes that in the business world, entrepreneurs come up with new ideas and risk money, time and resources to implement them. Applying those same practices in schools is the key to education improvement and reform, he argues.

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