Finance course not offered due to $25,000 cost

An Iowa school board said it was trying to be fiscally responsible when it struck down plans to offer a finance class for eighth-graders at a West Des Moines district school. The class would teach students about saving and making money, the stock market and other topics teachers say should be taught given the current economic crisis.

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