Virginia students learning economic lessons

12/28/2008 | Seattle Times, The

Information about mortgages, foreclosures and other financial lessons are being included in the curriculum in many Virginia schools in response to a continuing economic crisis nationwide. Officials say the lessons include role playing and financial decision-making, and could help students avoid the credit card troubles and mortgage missteps their parents have experienced.

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