Freedomship & Entrepreneurial Education

Jan 01, 2011 | Posted by IEW

by Andrew Pudewa (Introduction by Dr. Tom Buckles, Biola University Professor)

Many of us realize that we value home education not only because it often results in better academics, superior social environments, and enriched family life, but because it builds a better community and country. The result of true liberal education—a "freedomship" education—will be not only young men and women who know how to think and communicate, but who think evangelically and entrepreneurially. To revive a culture of self-sufficiency and freedom requires more people with the "owner/entrepreneur" mindset and fewer with the "employee" mindset. Join Andrew for a discussion of how to cultivate an entrepreneurial, or "georgic" aptitude in our children. The future of freedom may depend on it.

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