Edge On The Clock: Rapper 21 Savage Launches Literacy Program For Kids
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Rapper 21 Savage and his foundation, Leading By Example, have started a free online financial literacy program for kids. It’s called Bank Account At Home, and it’s aimed at helping students of all ages how to manage and earn money. Elementary students will learn the basic concept of money management. Middle school students will learn about planning their financial future. And high school students will learn about budgeting and entrepreneurship.
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