Factsheet about early intervention

Pupils should be taught entrepreneurship from an early educational level, because entrepreneurship education allows pupils to acquire non-cognitive skills, and this has a positive effect on their continued school education.


Non-cognitive skills such as, for instance, persistence and creativity are important to learn, because they are self-reinforcing; they make it easier for pupils to acquire and utilise other skills. 


Entrepreneurship education moreover increases pupils’ school engagement and improves their marks, which will have an influence on their entire school education.


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