Peran Pendidikan Kewirausahaan dan Dukungan Orangtua pada Siswa SMA
Entrepreneurs are cultivated by various factors during their lifetime to determine their decision to be entrepreneurs. It was believed to lead the intention of person to choose their career as an entrepreneur. In Indonesia, the government have challenges to raise the number of entrepreneurs to improve living standards. One of the government strategy is to introduce entrepreneurship education since high school level. High school has an obligation to teach entrepreneurship to students, but the school has authorization to manage the content, methods, and delivery process. But, in the real condition, students in high school level are still being influenced by their parents decision. So, the challenges will not be easier for school to increase the studentâ€™s intention to be entrepreneurs. By using quantitative approach, this research combined the entrepreneurship education and parents support factors to identify the impact in students decision making to become startup entrepreneur. The results viewed that school roles is more influential than parents support in determining the students decision. It can be occured because in high school students life, school exposure is more systemmatic than parents involvement.
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