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FEATURE - Scottish pupils learn to 'make life better' as ethical entrepreneurs
by Lee Mannion
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
9 October 2018
On 9 October 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Scotland is a global leader in fostering young social entrepreneurs. When an 87-year-old man [needed assistance] outside their primary school, the children brainstormed how to help elderly people in their Scottish village. And their conclusion was to start a business. So the students set up a community cafe in their school hall where everyone could congregate -- one of more than 1,000 ethical businesses that children have created and run in Scotland, a global leader in fostering young social entrepreneurs.
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