Gov't wants to introduce entrepreneurship curriculum in schools
The Government is looking to introduce an entrepreneurship curriculum in schools.
This was announced by Minister of Industry and Commerce Karl Samuda who says the curriculum is expected to be introduced in all primary, secondary and tertiary institutions.
Samuda says the move is part of an attempt by the government to foster innovation among students.
He says it is critical for young people to be sensitised at an early age about how to do business.
The minister was speaking at the launch of Scotiabank’s 2016 Vision Achiever Programme in Kingston.