Over 50 percent of Danish schools teach entrepreneurship

A new study published by the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship has revealed that 54.1 percent of Danish schools taught entrepreneurship in the last academic year.

“Almost 200 schools have embraced entrepreneurship. This is important because teaching entrepreneurship has a positive effect on pupils,” said Christian Vintergaard, the CEO of the foundation.

“They experience a stronger attachment to their school, they become more enterprising, and they develop greater ambitions for the future.”