WVU’s Finance U program helps teachers impart money management skills

Primary and secondary school teachers from all of the state’s 55 counties are in Morgantown this week to participate in West Virginia University’s 17th annual Finance University, a five-day professional development course designed to help school students learn financial realities.

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