Probably the same that would be best for everyone--a broad-spectrum, knowledge-based curriculum. Entrepreneurs need to read, count, and write, as does everyone else. Entrepreneurs need to know geography, history, and science, just like everyone else. Entrepreneurs need to know literature, philosophy, and religions, just like everyone else.
In high school and/or college you could add a course on basic bookkeeping, CPA skills, and corporate finance. In college you could add a pre-MBA course.
in a way, this is a trick question. The Education Establishment is always trying to create new niches with specialized activities. Invariably, this ends up being a license NOT to teach something that these kids would get if you just left them alone. The big problem in public education is not the lack of specialized programs but the dumbing-down in the general programs.
Bruce Deitrick Price