New Free Online Program Targets Iowa Middle School Students

April 17, 2013 at 12:23 pm

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On April 15, 2013 Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds announced the launch of a new online financial literacy program, offered through the Iowa College Student Aid Commission (Iowa College Aid).  The interactive program, Vault™, will help Iowa 4th through 6th graders establish smart habits and attitudes about handling money.  The program is available free to Iowa elementary and middle schools.

Read the entire Press Release: Statewide Program will Help Students Develop Smart Money Habits on Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds web site.

Get a sneak peak at what Vault offers.  View the Vault Demo on YouTube.

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