A Fox News contributor who appeared on a Fox News show called “A Lot of Them Are from the Same Area” says he has been receiving more than 500 emails from students in a California high school who are interested in business training and entrepreneurship.
The author, who identified himself only as Steve, told Fox News that a lot of the students are from California’s San Diego Unified School District, which serves many low-income students.
“A lot more than one, I think,” Steve said.
“Some are from as far away as San Diego.”
The author of the article said that students have been contacting him about their experiences after receiving his training videos and that he is trying to connect with the teachers.
The training classes are designed to give students the opportunity to create business opportunities, while also providing them with a sense of self-worth, he said.
The videos also include advice on how to grow a business.
The article, which was posted on YouTube on Monday, has received more than 1,000 shares and almost 3,000 comments.
The videos were uploaded by “A lot” on Facebook, where the teacher is named Steve and the students’ names are listed as “Kris, Moglomaster, Kandi, and Chris.”
The teacher’s name is also listed on a video in which he says, “I know the type of students that are looking for a business school that is going to give them the knowledge, the skills, the experience.”
The videos show students teaching business, including how to find an agent, how to set up a website and how to create a Facebook page.
Steve said he believes that students are learning about business by watching the videos.
“They’re watching the video and they’re asking themselves, ‘What are the things that I’m going to need to get my business started?'” he said of his students.
The video, which is about four minutes long, begins with a brief overview of what the course is about.
Students are told they are about to be taught how to start their own business and that they need to do all of the research to get started.
“I can’t really say enough good things about it,” Steve told FoxNews.
“I think they’re learning from the videos.”
Steve said the videos help the students “feel like they’re part of a community.”
He added that he hopes the videos will be used by other students to find a local business.
Steve’s comments come as a result of a survey conducted by the California Business School at California State University, San Bernardino.
The survey found that 80 percent of the instructors surveyed said that they would recommend the classes.
The teacher of the class is Steve, and the teacher’s identity has been redacted.
The class is being taught by the instructor, but the teacher has not yet received an official endorsement.