Do you want to know more about the impact of entrepreneurship education? Join ICEE webinar in January!
The Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education (ICEE) is a multi-country research project and field trial on the impact of entrepreneurship education programmes, such as mini-companies in schools.
The research examined the impact in upper secondary and vocational schools at 50% of penetration by using the JA Company Programme as its test-bed. The sample of 12,000 students, teachers, parents and business volunteers is large enough to obtain robust and comparable data and to draw relevant conclusions about how entrepreneurship education affects young people's entrepreneurial intentions and competences, including key topics such as the motivation for school and the learning of other subjects. The research also helped identifying community effects and understanding hindrances and drivers influencing the impact and penetration of this type of education programme.
The final ICEE research report will be published in January 2018. Two webinars taking place at 11 o'clock on the 19th and the 24th of January 2018 will present and discuss the final findings. If you want to know more, register for the webinar. Places are limited!
ICEE Final Findings - Dissemination Webinars
WHAT: The webinar will present to the main findings of ICEE – policy experimentation and research project on the impact of entrepreneurship education.
WHO: EU officials and policy stakeholders from Ministries of Education, educators and experts.
WHEN/WHERE: GoToWebinar – January 19th and January 24, from 11:00 to 12:00 CET Time
REGISTRATION: Please register as soon as possible
ICEE Final Findings – How to know more
ICEE is policy experimentation and research project led by JA Europe in collaboration with four Ministries of Education (Estonia, Finland, Italy and Latvia) and Enterprise Flanders (representing the Ministry in Flanders, Belgium); three research institutes (Eastern Norway Research Institute, The Foundation for Entrepreneurship - Young Enterprise Denmark, Faculty of Economics in Osijek, J.J. Strossmayer University), and five national JA organisations (in Belgium, Finland, Italy, Estonia, and Latvia)