Mint Launches Online Finance Game for Middle School Classrooms | Fast Company

Intuit-owned, the service that made budgeting a fun task, has partnered with Scholastic to offer a free, online personal-finance program to middle-school students, teachers, and parents. The program aims to help build money management skills at a young age. It will feature colorful classroom lesson plans and materials, as well as an interactive game, that should translate to younger audiences.

The materials are expected to be available for teachers beginning today, and will have a nationwide distribution to 30,000 classroom and 100,000 students by early next year.

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