A hands-on program launched by PNC bank visits schools and teaches kids to manage money.
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new program rolling out at Indianapolis Public Schools aims to teach elementary and middle school students all about keeping track of money and financial literacy.
PNC bank is teaming up with IPS for PNC School Pank - a program that works with students and teaches them some important life skills like banking, making deposits and how interest rates work.
The lessons also include things like counting cash, managing their money and planning for the future.
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