This chapter explores how entrepreneurship has been structured and taught in educational settings. The chapter will add clarity to this dimension of youth social entrepreneurship. Whether or not a youth social entrepreneurship initiative includes a revenue-generating enterprise, this brief study of the principles of entrepreneurship can inform practice and help frame research and evaluation. This chapter includes an examination of design thinking and human-centered design as the newest, cross-sector movement related to entrepreneurship. This chapter asks the reader to explore the concepts, apply them to the model with youth thus far described, and imagine how diverse practices of innovation can advance the causes of social justice and where they may impede progress.
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