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This year, 250 Education Corporations will be funded. 

 

 

 

 

Will your class be next?

This year, classrooms across the country are building Education Corporations, or e-commerce, student-run businesses, as a way to engage in real world learning. From elementary to high school, STEM to art, classrooms are using business as a way to learn 21st century skills and develop an entrepreneurial mindset.  And because the class uses the profits to engage in philanthropy, students are getting hands-on experience investing in their community and creating tangible impact as global citizens. 

At Real World Scholars (501c3), were committed to supporting educators with the tools and resources needed to build an EdCorp (like a website builder, funding, and a banking mechanism). With our digital platform, educators can easily integrate real commerce and deeper, more authentic learning into any classroom - and because we know it takes money to make it work, each EdCorp receives funding annually. 

Featured EdCorps

 
Ashley's first grade students have sold over $10,000 in sugar scrubs in the last two months, all while learning their math and writing competencies and the entrepreneurial spirit! 

Ashley's first grade students have sold over $10,000 in sugar scrubs in the last two months, all while learning their math and writing competencies and the entrepreneurial spirit! 

The students of Treehouse 37 are creating high quality furniture and are launching in a community buzzing with custom orders. 

The students of Treehouse 37 are creating high quality furniture and are launching in a community buzzing with custom orders. 

Jesse's high school students are mastering high level engineering competencies as they run a thriving business, creating custom engraved coasters. 

Jesse's high school students are mastering high level engineering competencies as they run a thriving business, creating custom engraved coasters. 

Mark and his student work in the community, building websites and marketing video for small businesses. They expect to gross 20K in sales this year. 

Mark and his student work in the community, building websites and marketing video for small businesses. They expect to gross 20K in sales this year. 

 
An outstanding solution for implementing Product-oriented Learning in the everyday classroom to prepare entrepreneurial talents.
— Dr. Yong Zhao, Professor, University of Oregon, Author of World Class Learners
RWS has given students an early taste of turning simple ideas into successful and impactful businesses. There’s no better way to excite kids about their future. We are happy to be part of this change.”
— Sabari Raja, Co-Founder & CEO, Nepris, Inc
The platform has taken our PBL model up to a whole new notch. The entrepreneurial model gives students the most authentic deadlines, goals, and standards of quality imaginable.
— Brendan Cavalier, Engineering Teacher, High Tech High Media Arts
Finally a relevant model to reform our 150 year old educational system! These young entrepreneurs who are practicing real world scholarship and developing the core competencies required for 21st century success will change our world!
Wildly Inspired…
— Neville Billamoria, Senior Vice President, Mission Federal Credit Union
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Companies: 20

Scholars: 700+

States: 10

Countries: 2

Organizations: 3