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LANSING, Mich. — The class of 2011 has a new opportunity for financial education, thanks to new Michigan Merit Curriculum directives, and the Michigan Credit Union League sees that as an opportunity.

Although many students may groan at a list that includes Algebra I, Algebra II and geometry, plus another math course in the final year of high school, the league is backing legislation that would allow financial literacy education as an option for some of the math mandates.

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