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Author/s:  Editors: Sonia Bahri and Klaus Haftendorn, Author: Carmela Salzano
Publisher/s:  ILO and UNESCO
Published:  2010 in Paris, France
ISBN:  978-92-3-604034-9

نحو ثقافة للريادة في القرن الواحد والعشرين: تحفيز الروح الريادية من خلال التعليم للريادة في المدارس الثانوية

Stimulating Entrepreneurial Spirit through Entrepreneurship Education in Secondary Schools
العربية | English

In line with the World Declaration on Education for All and the Millennium Goal of halving poverty in the world by the year 2015, education is expected to serve not only the acquisition of academic knowledge but also the preparation of young people for life and work. Secondary education has to meet the challenge of providing skills for successfully dealing with economies and work patterns in transition and changing cultural values. Education that makes young people entrepreneurial in a broad sense would be part of this solution.

This volume draws on various experiences in entrepreneurial education around the world. It aims to provoke discussion on such questions as: How can we harness the imagination and entrepreneurial talents of secondary students as assets for development? How should these talents be channelled? What are the contents, subjects, topics that support the entrepreneurial process? What is the best institutional framework for entrepreneurship education? What kind of teacher is needed? How do we systematically measure the performance of entrepreneurship education and training?

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