A teacher of entrepreneurship at Clark Fork Junior-Senior High School in Idaho has created and sustained a student-run company that creates multimedia resources for local businesses. Among their projects: a CD-ROM for the Chamber of Commerce, an educational CD-ROM about wildlife that is available at state libraries, and an information kiosk for the local hospital.

Over the past five years, this program has trained dozens of students in business and marketing issues, while giving them hands-on experience at producing consumer information by using computer technology. These projects can be copied in other locales, through...

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