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Entrepreneurship is setting its own curriculum at one innovative high school.

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Each generation has it better than the one before. You had to learn to run your business in the school of hard knocks-or maybe you studied it in college. But in Cincinnati, students have begun attending a first: The Entrepreneur High School, launched this fall to show students how to start and run businesses.

Students have an entrepreneurship class and business coaching sessions, and even traditional subjects are entrepreneurially focused. Students practice grammar on marketing plans, and one can only imagine the algebra story problems they face.

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