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MCEE’s goal is teaching students financial literacy

Teaching Mississippi students about money is a lofty goal, but since 2002 the Mississippi Council on Economic Education has been trying to do just that. This non-profit organization is a non-partisan educational entity founded to promote economic literacy in the state. The numbers show positive results as MCEE has trained 9,000 teachers who have in ...

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