Confident Kid Entrepreneurs take on The Sunset Market

By Melanie Weisman   I recently strolled around the Sunset Market in Oceanside, CA. This market has been around for 11 years, and brings in over 200 vendors. Thousands of locals and visitors come through this sea of merchants who are selling food from around the world, handmade…

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EdCorps Gift Guide: Graduation

Congratulations to the class of 2018! Show the graduates in your life some love with these awesome student-made products: Fan Faces Website: www.fanfaces.org Trombly Elementary School in Grosse Pointe, MI Perfect for any graduation ceremony or party, the fourth graders of Trombly Elementary School have created a special…

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First Sale Celebrations

Ah, the first sale. There’s nothing quite like it. High fives, dance moves, double takes: someone you don’t know chose to purchase something you created. Wow! Selling items all of us need — books, sunscreen, pet toys — the EdCorp, Some Needs We All Need, was founded by…

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Fear, Failure, and Business Cards: An Adventure in Growth

As a middle school teacher, I feel relatively normal in my fears about trying new things, but I am daring enough to experiment – especially when it involves going on a new adventure. After all, I work with some of the most hormonal, emotional, volatile, precious, loving, creative,…

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Learning Math through Business from the perspective of a student!

Learning Math through Business: Milkweed for Monarchs Here at Real World Scholars, we know that every classroom is different. We make it a point not to be too prescribed in how to run a business. Creating a brand, forming departments, and selling products cross the country – in…

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Founder of the Month: Kim Kriedeman of VIDA Dreamers!

Here at Real World Scholars, we know that rich classroom experiences are created by rockstar educators willing to hand over the reins to students and get out of the way. In fact, the EdCorps Community is made up of educators who do just that! That’s why we’ll be…

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