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Capitalism Camp for Kids

Capitalism Camp for Kids

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  • This sounds like an absolute nightmare. Teaching kids individualism instead of collectivism, inculcating the notion that money-making is their purpose in life, assessing their entrepreneurial spirit based on "non-cognitive skills" at the end with an exam written on collaboration with Ernst & Young.

    This sounds like an absolute nightmare. Teaching kids individualism instead of collectivism, inculcating the notion that money-making is their purpose in life, assessing their entrepreneurial spirit based on "non-cognitive skills" at the end with an exam written on collaboration with Ernst & Young.

    What happened to values like: help people in need, do things you enjoy, etc …?

  • Capitalism is not quite the same as entrepreneurship, and even further away from innovation. What parents really need to focus on for children and their education is on preparing them for a society that is going to be much more automated and requiring skill sets that are able to leverage that automation

    Capitalism is not quite the same as entrepreneurship, and even further away from innovation. What parents really need to focus on for children and their education is on preparing them for a society that is going to be much more automated and requiring skill sets that are able to leverage that automation including artificial intelligence and machine learning.