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WVU’s Financial University to ‘teach teachers’ how to prepare students for financial realities

West Virginia University is taking the lead in helping the state’s educators prepare students for life’s financial realities.  Naomi Boyd from the  John Chambers College of Business and Economics joins experts from the region to offer resources, including classroom tools and materials and online educational programming in this “teach the teachers” event.  Finance University will be held July 7-11 at the Hampton Inn and Suites at University Town Centre in Morgantown.

Naomi Boyd Lecturing