The Cleveland school’s curriculum includes lessons on writing a business plan and measuring return on investment.
Forget the lemonade stand. Starting in August, more than 100 children in Cleveland will embark on formal entrepreneurial training, as the new Entrepreneurship Preparatory School sets to open its doors.
The 20,000 square-foot space, located in the Shore Bank Building in downtown Cleveland, will welcome 125 sixth-graders on Aug. 23.
"I'm going to shake each student's hand and tell them they're going to college," Zitzner said in a statement. "That's what they're going to hear for seven years."