Over 50 percent of Danish schools teach entrepreneurship

“Almost 200 schools have embraced entrepreneurship. This is important because teaching entrepreneurship has a positive effect on pupils,” said Christian Vintergaard, the CEO of the foundation. Overall, 16 percent of Denmark’s schoolchildren got the chance to learn about entrepreneurship – the process of designing, launching and running a new business – during the 2015/16 academic year. According to Dansk Industri (DI), the confederation of Danish industry, pupils who have been introduced to entrepreneurship at school are often more prepared to set up their own business. (Copenhagen Post)



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