There are more than 10,000 entrepreneurship classrooms in the U.S., reaching more than half a million students, but the vast majority of educators are teaching entrepreneurship from a textbook rather than letting students experience it for themselves. Diana Kander, an entrepreneur and senior fellow at the Kauffman Foundation, hopes to change that.
Diana joins us today to talk about "All In Startup," her new novel about the trials and tribulations of starting a business, and accompanying curriculum that gets students out of the classroom to experience launching a venture themselves. With the book receiving acclaim from the likes of Tony Hsieh of Zappos and Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur Steve Blank, this is an interview you won't want to miss!
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