Teaching Entrepreneurship in College

The Wall Street Journal recently ran a timely debate, “Can Entrepreneurship be taught?” On the pro side, Noam Wasserman of Harvard asserts that classrooms can (1) teach skills necessary for success in entrepreneurial ventures and (2) present cases of success and failure for students to study. On the con side, Victor Hwang of T2 Venture Capital states that real-life is the best teacher; nothing in the controlled environment of the classrom can simulate it. Read it here.