Entrepreneurship education can teach youth to think creatively, ambitiously, and confidently while equipping them with competencies to contribute to the future labor market in new and innovative ways.

You can read about some basic tenets of entrepreneurship in education, focusing on what it is, why it is relevant to society, when it is applied or not and how to do it in practice from a paper (2015) written by Martin Lackéus published on the OECD website here.

You can also find World Bank’s infographic (7/21/15) on whether and how entrepreneurship can be learned here.  You can also find the World Bank's full report (2014) Entrepreneurship Education and Training Programs around the World: Dimensions for Success by Alexandria Valerio, Brent Parton, and Alicia Robb, here.

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