Mass. high-school students learn about personal finance

11/4/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Seniors at a Massachusetts high school are learning about personal-finance topics, such as credit scores, budgeting and balancing a checkbook through role-play and other activities. The curriculum was developed in partnership with Cambridge Savings Bank. "Often, high schools don't have the opportunity to offer this kind of program, but it's so important to expose students to these topics, especially vocational students who are already working and earning paychecks," said Carissa Karakaedos, assistant superintendent-director.

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