Teens learn financial literacy at Brock
High school kids are getting some real world money sense thanks to free lessons at Brock University.
The university is welcoming almost 300 grade 10 and 11 students from St. Catharines for a money management lesson tomorrow as part of the school's second Financial Literacy Day.
Topics range from saving, to budgeting, money-management, and funding for university.
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