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April 13, 2009

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Brian

The question you asked,"Will students change their behavior too?" can only be answered with a simple "wait and see". I totally agree that money management and financial knowledge does need to be taught (on a somewhat limited basis) in high school but the majority of this training needs to begin at the household level.

Household budgeting, small child loans, allowences, etc., need to come from within the insight of the parents knowledge and experience. There is no stronger teacher than one who has gone through these types of financial matters. Training in school will help, but the major contributor has to be good ol' mom and dad.

Thanks, keep the discussions coming.

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