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Banks in schools allow teens to cash in on financial literacy

The Grio | June 4, 2010

According to some studies, fewer than half of all high school seniors can pass a basic financial literacy course. That number drops to below 30 percent when those students have parents that make less than $80,000 a year. Numbers like that make many hope that programs like the bank at Thurgood Marshall Academy in Harlem, will help students with much more than just schoolwork. (Read more)