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Subject: Re: Teaching personal finance Date: 6/22/2006 5:07 PM
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Nice post rad. I was attracted to it as I'm going to be teaching a personal finance class to college freshman in the fall. I imagine one of the hurdles will be dealing with the influence of so many other sources. I have no intention of teaching one right way, but more opening their eyes to what's out there, good and bad. I will definitely draw on the Fool's wisdom, as well as the wisdom of the community. Thanks for some good advice.

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