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High school students learn how to be ‘good with money’

High school students learn how to be ‘good with money’

It’s difficult to interest 17- and 18-year-olds in lessons about spreadsheets and mortgages. Instead, the Cowin Financial Literacy program and Harvey’s Prairie View A&M students aim to give them examples more applicable to their lives, such as choosing between a public, private or community college or learning how to save up for a spring-break trip.
Read more at Houston Chronicle.

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