High school teachers now have free online access to entrepreneurship course materials, under a new program launched by the National Federation of Independent Business’ Young Entrepreneur Foundation.
The new curriculum module, called “Entrepreneur in the Classroom,” includes a series of teachers’ notes, activities, overhead slides, and quizzes, all in PDF format, available for download.
“We determined there was a need for this type of curriculum after speaking with many teachers and NFIB members around the country,” said Hank Kopcial, executive director of the Young Entrepreneur Foundation, part of the Washington-based advocacy group representing 600,000 small businesses.
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