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This organization wants to bridge Maryland’s financial education gap (access required)

Maryland already has infrastructure and organizations dedicated to providing both adults and school-aged children with financial literacy education. But considering Maryland college students are some of the most debt-ridden in the country, it struck Tisa Silver Canady as strange that there were no comprehensive financial literacy programs for those students.  That’s why the financial wellness advocate is launching ...

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