Students need an educational system that is relevant and prepares them for the complex financial realities of modern society, writes Derek Luebbe, a high-school principal at the American International School of Budapest. Citing a poll that shows nearly half of all students surveyed say they plan to start their own businesses, Luebbe writes in this blog post that it is up to educators to find ways to fan the flames of entrepreneurial ambition in students and to "produce a generation of entrepreneurial thinkers."

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