Miller Center

Next →
REPORT RELEASE: “Can Startups Save the American Dream?”
← Previous
Selma: Film, Fiction, Fact, and the Tale of the Tapes

You might also like...

PODCAST: Can Startups Save the American Dream? (05/19/15)

ARTICLE: Raising New Capital for Your Mission-Driven Startup (05/19/15)

ARTICLE: Red Tape Is Killing Startups - Here’s How To Fix It (05/13/15)

ARTICLE: Beyond Silicon Valley (04/30/15)

ARTICLE: Teaching Tomorrow’s Founders: Ideas for K-12 Education (04/24/15)

Presidential Speech Archive

American President: A Reference Resource

Presidential Recordings

Presidential Oral Histories

← Return to Riding The Tiger

ARTICLE: Businesspeople, Educators Seek Ways to Teach Entrepreneurship

A recent Wall Street Journal article references the current Milstein report with a focus on one proposal in particular: the idea of a K-12 entrepreneurship competition.

The author looks on the notion favorably within the context of a piece focusing on alternative entrepreneurship education. 

Commission member and RocketHub CEO Brian Meece is quoted in the article. He notes that our education system currently focuses too much on preparing students to become employees at the cost of potentially becoming employers. In his words, students should have the opportunity to "tinker, and compete in a fun, competitive landscape" as a way of jarring that mindset free. 

Date edited: 01/26/2015 (10:26AM)


Rules for Comments

We reserve the right to remove any post or user.

Things that will get comments edited/deleted:

  • Offensive or abusive language or behavior
  • Misrepresentation (i.e., claiming to be somebody you're not) – using a “handle” is fine as long as it isn’t offensive, abusive, or misrepresentative
  • Posting of copyrighted materials
  • Spam, solicitations, or advertisements of any kind

We hope these rules will keep the discussion lively and on topic.




Add your comments:

Remember my personal information

Notify me of follow-up comments?

← Return to Riding The Tiger