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    Harrier Young Adult Business Program Eyes September 2022 Launch

    Harrier Education has set a September 2022 start date for its first of a kind Young Adult Business Program, an alternative education option for children 7-12. For an invitation to an open house, or information on how to invest, fill out the contact form at HarrierEducation.org or write HarrierEducation@gmail.com
    Last edited by Meritocrat; 03-26-2021 at 04:16 AM.



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    Half of all Americans will be self-employed by 2030. Traditional public and private schools cannot satisfy the needs of tomorrow’s entrepreneurs. Children who are homeschooled are at a disadvantage to those who can learn from a range of peers and professionals. Unschooling makes it difficult for children to develop self discipline, focus and drive. Those in the best position to learn and achieve are children who grow up around a well run business. Harrier Young Adult Business Program is a solution for families that don’t have thriving businesses to drive their children’s learning and development.

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    Your child can be doing meaningful work by 12 and have a clear path to success by 18.

    Pioneers of Harrier

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    This is very interesting and a great idea. I hope this will be successful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by classtaco View Post
    This is very interesting and a great idea. I hope this will be successful.
    Thank you. We've had a pivot in strategy. Instead of launching in a community not heavily invested in state schools, we are choosing instead a community where people pay astronomical taxes explicitly for the school system. We are starting as a summer program before going year round and then expanding.

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    It's like doing college in grade school. This could be a great idea for some but I'm really sad for today's generation that they don't get to experience the fun in high school.



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    But how much of the fun was really about high school? Isn't it just the stage of life? In any case, it is different today.



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