Report: Many Indiana students poorly prepared to manage money

06/2/2008 | Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.), The

Six of ten Indiana high-school students failed a national money-management survey, and about the same number say they learned everything they know about the topic at home, according to a new Indiana Youth Institute report. Schools would do well to instruct students on money management, helping them to distinguish between wants and needs and the proper use of debit cards, said Lena Yarian, president of Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana.

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