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Facebook Partners With Top Universities to Speed Up Tech Research
Facebook

Facebook Partners With Top Universities to Speed Up Tech Research

The agreement between Facebook's Building 8 and the universities comes as the social media company seeks to find new revenue streams in virtual reality and artificial intelligence.
Google's Project Bloks Aims to Teach Kids to Code
Coding

Google's Project Bloks Aims to Teach Kids to Code

Google isn't the only one turning its focus toward computer science education. The White House earlier this year proposed billions for CS training in grades K-12.
Chromebooks Sales Just Beat Macs for the First Time Ever
Computers

Chromebooks Sales Just Beat Macs for the First Time Ever

And Google can thank the strong K-12 education market.
3 Ways Businesses Can Profit From Local Outreach
Marketing

3 Ways Businesses Can Profit From Local Outreach

A community outreach program can help your business gain local traction and visibility without a huge investment.
Jana Barrett
8 Free Mobile Apps College Students Should Download ASAP
Mobile Apps

8 Free Mobile Apps College Students Should Download ASAP

Take your student experience to the next level.
7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Themselves
Self Improvement

7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Themselves

Investing in your development is an investment in your company.
Amy Rosen
This Franchisee Found a Business That Rocked His World
Franchise Players

This Franchisee Found a Business That Rocked His World

When Ken Hall of Tennessee found School of Rock, he says he found the courage to leave his corporate gig and finally listen to the music.
Entrepreneur Staff
Open Letter to Parents: You Are Not Helping to Raise Leaders
Parenting

Open Letter to Parents: You Are Not Helping to Raise Leaders

You mean well for your kids, but by attacking teachers and schools, you are undermining your child's ability to complete in a global marketplace.
Peter Gasca
Ohio Woman Leaves a Career on Campus to Make Learning Fun With Legos at Snapology
Franchise Players

Ohio Woman Leaves a Career on Campus to Make Learning Fun With Legos at Snapology

Gina Cuffari uses building blocks to provide local kids with a holistic and entertaining after-school educational experience.
Erin Schultz
Why Entrepreneurship Should Be Taught Starting in Junior High School
Education

Why Entrepreneurship Should Be Taught Starting in Junior High School

Research shows that the important lessons of entrepreneurship can be learned that early.
Shawn Osborne
Your Alma Mater Might Want to Finance Your Startup
Startup Financing

Your Alma Mater Might Want to Finance Your Startup

Alumni investment groups join the VC landscape.
Michelle Goodman
Yes, You Can Be Creative in Franchising
Franchises

Yes, You Can Be Creative in Franchising

A Detroit couple decided to take a different approach when they opened their art-instruction franchise. Last year, they were the chain's highest-grossing franchisees.
Tracy Stapp Herold
Tell Us: Should Schools Still Use Pencils and Paper?
Learning

Tell Us: Should Schools Still Use Pencils and Paper?

One executive at Microsoft doesn't think so.
Laura Entis
5 College Degrees That Prepare You for Small-Business Success
Schools

5 College Degrees That Prepare You for Small-Business Success

Even those ridiculed liberal arts degrees are a better foundation for being an entrepreneur than many despairing graduates realize.
John Rampton
Schools

Can entrepreneurship be learned? Wether you are considering going to school to help build your skills to start your own business or you are considering starting an education-related business of your own, you'll find the tips and advice you need right here.