Aim of the group:
Entrepreneurship education is a system in which multiple stakeholders play key roles, and actors outside of education systems are having an increasingly critical role. A thriving entrepreneurship ecosystem requires collaboration and multi-stakeholder partnerships, particularly between academia and business. These links between schools and business are important, not only in order to ensure that the curriculum is relevant, but also in providing role models, mentorship and expertise.
The group of experts will look into:
- Good practice regarding cooperation between the educational sector and business organisations, employers organisations, chambers of commerce and other sectors
- Good practice of national, regional and local partnership agreements frameworks between businesses (and public sector) and schools
- How private organisations have developed activities in recent years and how their programs and activities can fit into entrepreneurship education curriculum.
- How strategies in relation to entrepreneurship education have included private organisations and the need to consider the on-going role associations should play in further development of the entrepreneurship education ecosystem
- How funding arrangements can support their continuing work.
- Jan Muehlfeit (chair)
- Alessandro Cenderello
- Audrey Frith
- Juergen Siebel
- Michael Mercieca
- Michał Dżoga
- Nick Jones
- Piotr Pluta
- George Assonitis
- Isabel Cuesta Rodríguez
- Omar Cutajar
- Carlos Talamas
Secretariat: Diana Filip