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Business teacher Glenda Head (right) and student Kiana Anorve count money before opening their credit union for business at R.B. Glenn High School in Kernersville, N.C. Their cafeteria credit union is a branch of North Carolina's Allegacy Federal Credit Union. Scott Graf for NPR hide caption

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Cafeteria Credit Unions Teach Students Money Skills

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The Obama administration is offering $5.6 billion in federal aid for education. The money comes with a list of qualifications that states must meet, however. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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No Handouts, States Compete For Education Aid

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Marines take their seats for their operational culture class at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Va. Thomas Pierce/NPR hide caption

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In Class, Marines Learn Cultural Cost Of Conflict

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New Orleans Casts A Wide Net For Teachers

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