Kids

Brooklyn-Bred Business Owner Starts Student-Entrepreneur Grant in Immigrant Parents' Names

Lorene Cowan founded the annual National Student Entrepreneur Summit as a forum for networking and mentorship. Now, with her father and late mother top of mind, she's raising the stakes.

Kenny Herzog

· 8 min read

19-Year-Old Scottish Teen's Cancer Motivates Entrepreneurial Success

Influencer-agency owner Suhit Amin is in remission and leading his company's growth.

Jason Falls

· 7 min read

Teen Basketball Trainer Ryan Ang Has Some Tips for Other Young Entrepreneurs

The 17-year-old CEO and high school athlete offers insights on how other kids his age can meet early business goals.

Jennifer Spencer

· 4 min read

Google Updates Classroom Tools for Remote Learning

New features and tools are rolling out over the next year.

Stephanie Mlot

· 3 min read

This 17-Year-Old Recovered From Coronavirus, and Then Started COVID Candies to Help Fight It

Once Hudson Hale got healthy, he put his entrepreneurial instincts to work.

Kenny Herzog

· 6 min read

Entrepreneur Store

· 3 min read

Losing the Battle Against Your Kids' Screens? Try a Family "Rewirement Plan."

The San Diego-based Screen Time Clinic offers parents customized coaching on how to curb their kids' technology usage.

Frances Dodds

· 8 min read

Distance Learning is a 'Nightmare' for Many Special Needs Kids. These Businesses Are Creating Tools to Help.

The loss of in-person special education has been devastating for many families who are trying to keep their kids' progress from stalling or regressing. Fortunately, education entrepreneurs are innovating to offer a bit of relief.

Frances Dodds

· 12 min read

What Businesses Can Do to Support Employees With Kids During a Crisis

Businesses need to be conscious of the multiple responsibilities that working parents hold during the average workday.

Daniel Neiditch

· 6 min read

Google Is Getting Sued for Collecting Data From Kids' Educational Chromebooks

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas says Google has been violating a federal privacy law by harvesting student information without obtaining parental consent. Google says the lawsuit is 'factually wrong.'

Michael Kan

· 3 min read