New school offers synergy between work and education
Office-sharing giant WeWork is bringing its concept of hip co-working entrepreneurship to a somewhat younger audience – kindergarteners. In September 2018, the 20 billion USD startup will launch a private elementary school, cited inside a New York City WeWork office, emphasizing “conscious entrepreneurship”. The school, to be called WeGrow, is based on the idea that kids should learn to develop and act on their passions early, rather than waiting until later in life. WeWork founders Adam and Rebekah Neumann were inspired to create the school after trying to find an educational environment for their own children which would nurture entrepreneurship and personal growth as well as reading, writing and arithmetic.
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