Eighth-graders at Regis Catholic Schools in Eau Claire, Wis., are learning about personal finance through a program offered through nonprofit Junior Achievement. Students will spend six weeks in the classroom learning about finances, and then will take their skills to the streets, where they will be given a starting budget and asked to pay their mortgage and buy a car and a house.
Some Wis. students to get hands-on financial-literacy lessons
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