WeGrow is a grade school for budding entrepreneurs, trying to reshape American education with their influence and investments.
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WeWork is opening an elementary school called WeGrowWeWork, the coworking behemoth that recently scored a whopping $4.4 billion investment for expansion, is now venturing into education, Bloomberg reports. The company has begun a pilot program for a private elementary school housed near its New York City headquarters. The initiative, called WeGrow, will focus on "conscious entrepreneurship."
WeWork Is Launching a Grade School for Budding EntrepreneursWeWork says its mission is to help people do what they love. Now the office-sharing giant is testing that ethos on a smaller clientele: kindergartners. The $20 billion startup, built on a vast network of hip co-working spaces where entrepreneurs and freelancers rent desks, is making its move into children's education, launching a private elementary school for "conscious entrepreneurship" inside a New York City WeWork next fall.
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