Skip to comments.Cornyn to showcase financial literacy curriculum at Estacado HS
Posted on 02/17/2014 5:40:31 PM PST by jimbo123
U.S. Senator John Cornyn will visit Estacado High School this week to showcase a new web-based financial literacy curriculum.
The curriculum, which was underwritten by Prosperity Bank, uses the latest in new media technologies, including video, animation, 3-D gaming, avatars and social networking, according to a news release from the Lubbock Independent School District.
The program is designed to bring complex financial concepts to life for todays digital generation. It will assist hundreds of students each year in understanding money management principles.
(Excerpt) Read more at lubbockonline.com ...
He can showcase it at the unemployment office in a few months.
How about English literacy?
John Cornyn, still missing in action on the important issues.
Will Cornyn tell these kids about all the debt they owe now because of his weasel cloture votes for TARP, Stimulus, ObamaCare, Amnesty and Debt Ceilings?
Teach these kids to add and subtract and they won't need any further help!
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My wife said she’s going to vote just to vote against Cornyn. This after a year of saying she’d never vote again.
What is Cornball trying to do, get the black vote? Good luck, idiot.
It's not possible to spend enough money to change the fate of a dull or incurious mind.
He just voted to increase the debt of this nation and is brought out to promote “financial literacy” curriculum.....
A bank is sponsoring the curriculum so it probably is behind Cornyn with its bucks as well.....
Financial literacy from a man who voted with NO STRINGS to extend the debt ceiling, and just keep spending into oblivion.
This man is a joke.
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