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Young adults learn the basics of being a grown-up, from budgeting to making grilled cheese with an iron.
Collaborative programming can help teenagers — and adults — learn how to financially prepare for college.
Competitors — including many patrons new to the startup space — brainstorm over ways to improve education.
With a traveling exhibition, the Mid-Continent Public Library is helping patrons learn about saving, spending and avoiding fraud.
Blogger Sara Peterson-Davis shares how her library turns Money Smart Week into a full month of programming.
A Colorado public library connected 600 homeschool patrons to community groups last fall.
Sonya Durney shares her experiences in program inspiration, forging community partnerships and rebounding after an awkward start with a potential...