Va. begins teaching students financial literacy

10/2/2011 | Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.)

Beginning with this year's high-school freshmen, students in Virginia are required to pass economics and personal finance to graduate. One Richmond school has partnered with a credit union to open a student-run branch at the school, saying the hands-on lessons will help students with financial literacy. The new curriculum will include lessons in the economy, managing a household budget and credit cards.

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