FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Teachers across the U.S. seem to be warming up to the credit union-backed Biz Kid$ financial literacy show with more than 2,000 now signed up to obtain curriculum materials, the show’s backers reported Tuesday.

“It’s heartening to see that teachers think this show is so worthwhile and I’m told in San Diego an entire class of 30 sixth graders agreed to become Biz Kid$ entrepreneurs,” said Jamie Hammond, the Seattle producer of the public broadcasting show who has been working with the Washington Credit Union League and the National Credit Union Foundation to promote syndication.

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