While the resources with these programs are available to help youths across the United States, it’s not a simple solution. Funding the entrepreneurial programs will encompass a view for students with confidence that the society they live in is willing to take a stand together while supporting the current and future generation.
Although there are several intervention programs available for middle and high school students to assist with the daily struggles. The underlying cause of poverty and low income with high crime rate in neighborhoods continue to grow. As evidence indicate, the educational system needs a boost `too much emphasis’ placed on the bottom line while losing sight of core values are taking place (Erb 2). Proven analysis has shown that children with higher levels of involvement to business adventures as entrepreneurial programs, are less likely to be involved with dangerous activities, thus creating a better environment for society. `Relying on we the people’ are lessons that govern citizens to contribute to the nation’s success (Gearan 113). With long term goals and future generations in mind, United States of America’s needs to revitalize the educational system by including the most effective entrepreneurial programs to students curriculum as the positive influence that’s needed.
A creative way to stimulate the students to pursue social mobility towards improved opportunity, are in the pursuit of happiness by entrepreneurial programs that teaches the business aspects of planning ahead. Similarly, in a defining role of `adopting a mission to create and sustain social values’ of service entrepreneur program is essential to students capability to evaluate success (Gearan 111). This embodies the youth to boldly go where no one else has gone before with great potential; collect resources while exhibiting accountability.
While the cost of living is steadily increasing, and economic recession is set for a declining spin, the middle and high school students are being left behind to pursue their goals. With training students, teachers, administrators, tax payers, and politicians by understanding school revitalizing entrepreneurs is a crucially important stimulus programs. This will challenge the community with `looking for the recovery point’ of underprivileged inner city people and how they should band together then rise up (Erb 2). Furthermore, it is essential to communities that `social entrepreneurship movements and not-for-profit sector needs to get involved in politics’ (Gearan 113). Serving in government roles will gain a level of position with the ability to create a new agenda. Providing the entrepreneurial programs with financial funding will allow the students to build character and demonstrate its worthiness by permitting them to expand their horizons of accomplishments.
But, encompassing programs like these and having it available in the school curriculum will revitalize aspects of successful implementation for the students. `Imagine any significant improvement in our schools will involve these entrepreneurial groups, as we are dependent on each the other for the future’ (Erb 4). As students directly link themselves to the government, private sectors (businesses), or media through these programs they will push the `administration into greater experimentation’ that is a worthwhile mission (Gearan 113). A more compelling policy can be placed into effect of service if everyone pulled together toward the same goal. Enhancing the entrepreneurial program within the school systems and retrieving community involvement only makes sense to succeed by providing students with self esteem.
By comparison, something worth mentioning as the long term effect on middle and high school students connect to the entrepreneurial program curriculum. Positive developmental paths will be noted as the students demonstrate their basic need of belonging and academic performance increase. Through a thorough examination, this program is not only aimed to increase their performance in schools but also improve in social skills and expand their influence by providing support to the community. In other words, entrepreneurial programs is the most effective program to fund because it will increase the students in curiosity then fervently surprise them with strong transition into a healthier lifestyle for the future generation.
In conclusion, as an industrialized wealthy nation on earth, the United States should choose to fund the entrepreneurial educational programs for middle with high school students and have the program added to the curriculum. This decision would provide the best education system since the 1960s. If America can send a man to the moon, have commodities for decades of material possessions, fighting war on terrorists, perhaps it is time to help entrepreneurial programs for the inner cities like Baltimore students to become an effective part of the community. Conceivably, providing an improved outlook for the students, families, and communities the educational system will turn back the hand of time. The concept of entrepreneurial education and revitalizing educational programs within the middle with high schools needs voices of thousands to stand committed and keep these programs active to engage the future generations growth.
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