There’s a great debate over whether entrepreneurship can be taught. While not everyone is going to end up as successful as a Zuckerberg, a Gates or a Karp, we can at least teach our kids some elementary business skills.

The BizWorld Foundation is a non-profit organization that teaches children in grades 3-8 business basics, such as entrepreneurship skills and finance.

The program inspires students to develop critical thinking and leadership skills that will help them become future innovators Students in the BizWorld program design, produce and sell friendship bracelets after collaborating on a business model.

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Starting Young: Can You Really Teach Entrepreneurship?

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