Stocks game gives students a taste of real-world investments

04/18/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Students enrolled in an accelerated math class at a Pennsylvania elementary school are playing the market through the international The Stock Market Game and getting a feel for real-world investments. The curriculum teaches students about math, economics and social studies, and allows them to grow $100,000 in investments, researching, plus buying and selling stocks -- all using up-to-date market prices.

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