Middle school students at Savannah River Academy are several weeks into a year-long economy program designed to educate them on employment, taxes and fiscal responsibility.

The program was integrated into SRA's curriculum to help boost its profile for International Baccalaureate candidacy, but Head of School Maribeth Burns said the teachers have taken the program and ran with it.

"Our middl...

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