High School

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4 Entrepreneurial Skills We Should Be Teaching in Schools

American K-12 schools don't teach entrepreneurial skills, leaving kids ill-prepared for the future.

Schools Weren't Built for Tomorrow's Leaders

Venture off campus to cultivate your entrepreneurial mindset in ways the curricula simply can't.

Cool Back-to-School Gear Created by Entrepreneurs

It's that time again. Are you ready for it?

How This Small-Town Michigan Athletic Director Is Making Some Big-City Noise for His Teams

Here's how the AD of the Kent City Eagles is getting his athletes on a larger social-media map.

Do You Really Need a College Degree These Days?

Times have changed for 18-year-olds facing their next steps after high school.

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