Thanks for sharing. 4.0 Schools seems like a novel way to add original value to the education field by nurturing and supporting emerging ventures. As you mention, change in schools is often slow and met with multiple layers of resistance from teachers, administrators, parents, and students. As such, 4.0 Schools seems to have a well-intentioned mission of supporting new ventures intensively in order to bring them into existence and implement them. I would be interested to learn more about the process and how the ‘mentors’ assist the emerging enterprises. Likewise, it would be interesting to know the level of support 4.0 Schools offers when a pilot program is completed and shows promise. Do they help identify paths by which these ventures can be shared with a wider education market?