We want to create job-creators not job-seekers.— Allon Raiz
Entrepreneurship can’t be a subject. It has to be ensconced in everything!— Allon Raiz
Most jobs that our children will have one day do not yet exist, so how can we possibly educate for this?
Raiz, who recently bought a school, says that entrepreneurial education is not only for would-be entrepreneurs as it helps to improve problem solving – a vital skill for corporate employees.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
I’m very worried about education.— Allon Raiz
I had entrepreneurial parents.— Allon Raiz
The discussion in class [of the school I bought] is very entrepreneurially focussed.— Allon Raiz
We’re teaching how to hold two opposing thoughts in your mind at the same time.— Allon Raiz
We have yoga and comedy at school.— Allon Raiz
We charge between R4000 and R5000 per month.— Allon Raiz
We invite entrepreneurs to our assemblies.— Allon Raiz
We’re introducing e-gaming as a sport.— Allon Raiz
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