Can colleges help create the entrepreneurs of the future?

04/23/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Some universities are offering courses designed to help students learn about the world of entrepreneurship, writes Maynard Webb, founder of Webb Investment Network. Some students may benefit from this type of instruction; others might prefer to start working on their ideas instead, he writes. "[T]here's no magic formula, but it benefits all of us to encourage people to be brave enough to think creatively about new ways to solve problems and to respect and appreciate them for being bold enough to passionately pursue them," he writes.

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