Utah school integrates business concepts across curriculum

05/15/2013 | National Public Radio

Educators at a Utah charter school are hoping to teach students about entrepreneurship and finances by awarding play money for completed chores and homework and encouraging students to make and sell items at school. Students then use the money to purchase items in the school store. "We're about taking the curriculum and integrating a business focus into our curriculum," principal Kent Fuller said.

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