The report presents the background of the project, the research design and methodology, and the results of the tests in more than 100 schools. Among others, the report explores why the teaching programmes had the biggest impact on the older pupils, and even bigger for those with prior experience with this form of education. This confirms earlier results that pupils must meet entrepreneurship education early and several times to benefit the most from it.
Results vary between schools and countries, but overall they demonstrate that an entrepreneurship programme of a relatively limited length has a good effect. The fact that the shorter programmes turned out so effective is a positive (although somewhat surprising) result; the short length makes them less resource demanding and therefore easier for teachers to implement in their ordinary teaching.