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Tulane Students Teach Financial Literacy at Cohen High School

Tulane Students Teach Financial Literacy at Cohen High School

Seven students from Tulane's Freeman School of Business have been serving at Cohen High School to fulfill their upper-level service requirement for graduation. These business students have been taking financial concepts used in every day life and presenting them to the high school students. The Tulane students work with a class for an hour at time a few times each week. So far, the students have learned about creating budgets and investing in the stock exchange. A big thanks to Ms. Phillips and Mr. Welch for hosting the Tulane students in their classrooms!

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