NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 2008
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(New York: Rehema Ellis) The personal finance curriculum developed by Muriel Siebert, the “first woman on Wall Street,” to teach high school students about savings, credit and banking featured; scenes shown from Cardozo High School in New York City. [3 STUDENTS – comment.] [SIEBERT – says the kids had never been taught; says we wouldn’t have the sub-prime mess if older people had known something; comments on her push to make the course required.]
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