Texas students to learn how to fund their education

01/10/2013 | KJTV-TV (Lubbock, Texas)

A new Texas state law requires schools to teach students about the cost of higher education and how to pay for it. Students will learn about financial aid, including how to apply for scholarships and loans. In Lubbock, Texas, Independent School District, financial literacy has been taught for nearly 10 years, covering such topics as the differences in income that come with having a college degree, a high-school diploma or a vocational certificate.

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