HomeArticlesSummer camp for personal finance instead of arts and crafts Summer camp for personal finance instead of arts and crafts By Eric Benedict October 19, 2019 Articles, Blog 3 Comments Tags:Apple News, Dagen Mcdowell, Fox Business, Lifestyle Budget, Mornings With Maria, On Air, personal finance, Personality, Retirement, Retirement Planning, Special Related Posts Bethesda’s Game Design is Insulting How to Draw Cartoon Characters : How to Draw the Head on a Cartoon Character Mixed media/Romance Decoupage paper on canvas! Ρομαντικό ντεκουπάζ σε καμβά! ArteDiDeco About Author admin 3 Comments Tribe 13 HQ June 5, 2018 Is it interesting that California is not one of those states? Is it not the 9th or so largest economy in the world? Perhaps the blues want to keep our kids dumb here along with confusing them with genderism and creating a potentially destructive bill sb2943 that will infringe our rights to religious freedoms. Reply Thomas Murphy June 5, 2018 Schools use to make sure you had some ideas on taking care of personal finance. Maybe because some parents needed the help too and their children guided a bit Reply systematic101 June 5, 2018 Shouldn't this just be a part of school? I remember people laughing at me because I used to say high school should have 4 mandatory math classes and only 2 mandatory english classes. I also said there should be 2 mandatory finance classes. They always said when am I ever going to use math in the real world. The answer is all the time. When was the last time some needed to recite any lines from a Shakespeare play in the real world outside of actors? Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.