A collection of content for high school entrepreneurship learners.

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Entrepreneurship Learning Activities

by Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education CEE

This folder contains entrepreneurship learning activities that can be used in a variety of classrooms at different educational levels.
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Which are more important, economic liberties or civil liberties? The conventional view portrays conservatives as caring more about economic liberties than civil liberties. Liberals, on the other hand, are conventionally viewed as caring about civil liberties more than economic liberties. To Prof. Aeon Skoble, this distinction between economic and civil liberties is fictitious. The influence of market exchanges and civil liberties on one another is inseparable.
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Those “lazy, self-centered, millennials” get a bad rap. Jared Meyer, author of “Disinherited: How Washington Is Betraying America’s Young” explains how this generation both has higher standards of living and more government barriers to success than any other.
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Section 4 How Can I Prepare to Be My Own Boss?

by Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education CEE

Purpose: This section is designed to help students develop the business skills necessary to start their own businesses through planning and goal setting. Objectives: Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to: • view the entrepreneur's approach to risk taking as an "I-can-do-it" attitude • use decision making effectively • understand the importance of goal setting • identify resources they will need to become entrepreneurs
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