Starting them young: creating a culture of enterprise for all

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Smith Institute
Date of publication
27 May 2004
Education and Skills, Employment
Social welfare
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This pamphlet focuses on enterprise education schemes in schools as part of the government's economic agenda for full employment, higher growth, and greater prosperity.  Key experts from government, education and business offer their perspectives on the direction that enterprise learning should take. The pamphlet also features a series of case studies of existing enterprise education schemes, thereby both offering examples of best practice and drawing out lessons for the future from the outcomes of these initiatives.

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