S.C. schools teaching financial literacy with iPads

10/31/2013 | Spartanburg Herald-Journal (S.C.)

Students at several South Carolina schools are being given iPads equipped with personal financial-literacy programs as part of a statewide push to teach students about money. The iPads, donated by an investment company, are being distributed by state Treasurer Curtis Loftis. Educators say financial-literacy lessons are needed to help students learn to manage their money.

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