Online Votes Will Help High School Win Grant
Strongsville High School has applied for a curriculum grant from H&R Block Dollars & Sense, and with enough online votes from the community, could receive the curriculum for next year.
Anna Morrison of Carmichael Lynch Spong said this program each year offers curriculum grants to teachers nationwide to help teach teens critical personal finance skills. Through April 15, anyone who visits H&R Block Dollars & Sense can view the list of applicants, read why each school wants personal finance curriculum, and cast a daily vote for their school(s) of choice.
Through this process, 250 schools will receive interactive curriculum that takes students through 18 real-life scenarios covering budgeting, credit scores, debt management, bill paying and more.