Ontario teachers develop financial-literacy courses

12/1/2009 | Canada.com

The Ontario, Canada, government has committed to including financial lessons in school curriculum by 2011, but some teachers are already doing it on their own. Two business teachers have designed a financial-literacy course for secondary-school pupils called Building Financial Security. The course is offered to students in Year 12 and includes lessons in financial institutions, investments and the effects of financial decisions.

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