From Sandbox to Startup

In this Q&A, UCLA Education Professor Marilyn Kourilsky explains why it's never too early to nurture kids' entrepreneurial instincts

As a symbol of youthful entrepreneurship, the summertime lemonade stand is alive and well. In practice, though, today's teenage entrepreneurs are likely to be a bit more creative in their moneymaking ventures. Consider a few examples, all launched by teens in recent years: a butterfly-breeding business, a construction-debris clean-up crew, and a picture-hanging service.

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