Benefits2: Rural Student Entrepreneurs: Linking Commerce and Community
Benefits2: Rural Student Entrepreneurs: Linking Commerce and Community is the third of a series of SEDL issue papers dedicated to discussing ways in which rural communities and schools can work together to guarantee their students receive the best education possible. Benefits will show that by working together, rural schools and communities can not only improve education, but revitalize the entire community. Strong school-community partnerships can renew a sense of unity, enhance the overall quality of life, promote the best use of limited resources, and lead to new possibilities in economic development.
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