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Financial literacy curriculum to be introduced in schools

Published:Wednesday | January 28, 2015 | 8:49 AM
In this 2006 file photo, two Bridgeport High School students practise exam-type questions in preparation for their CSEC examinations.

The Government is moving to expose primary and high school students to money management.



The Ministry of Education and Money Basics for Kids Limited have partnered to introduce a financial literacy education curriculum in schools.



The education ministry says the curriculum will target students ages nine-13 years old.



Details of the project will be outlined at a press conference today.



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