Junior Achievement program address exactly the fourth competence and are largely considered by government and other stakeholders in economic education. In support of the current curricular reform initiated by the Ministry of Education, Sport and Youth, JA programs will be integrated in the new official curricula of High School as integrated part of Economy, subject at 12th grade. The new JA economic program will include JA elective modules; Business Ethics, Success Skills, Be Entrepreneurial and Personal Finance. This intervention would constitute a unique example among 122 countries worldwide implementing JA programs in schools, as the first case of JA program being obligatory through the whole pre-university education system. The support will ensure a qualitative installation of JA program in the core curriculum, capacity building of teaching staff and sustained involvement of business community in school life.