| November 28, 2017
LOS ANGELES- While the global community innovates new technologies and new ways for people to make a living – America’s educational system has remained stagnant and unresponsive to the expanding skillset that workers of the future will need to prosper. As a result, we are not graduating the innovators and entrepreneurs the economy needs. Of course, some public and private schools are trying to catch up (by having students spend time learning about the power of the Internet and the ability to grow a business through it). But most institutions do not teach what should be the focal point of contemporary education: entrepreneurship.
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