Improving financial literacy in Wisconsin high schools, Learning about a Madison roastery’s award-winning coffee

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A financial educator tells us about a new law that will require Wisconsin high school students to finish a financial literacy course before graduation. Later, the founders of a Madison-based coffee roastery react to a leading coffee magazine naming one of their roasts as the top coffee of the year.

Featured in this Show

  • Launching a financial literacy class in Wisconsin schools

    In 2028, Wisconsin high school students will be required to complete a half credit of financial literacy to graduate. We speak with a financial educator to learn how teachers and districts can build and launch a financial literacy program.

  • Wisconsin-based roaster makes 2023's 'top' coffee in the world

    Wisconsin is home to this year’s top coffee roast in the world, according to the connoisseur magazine Coffee Review. We talk with the owners of JBC Coffee Roasters about what it takes to make a quality cup of Joe.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Yanely Espinal Guest
  • Michael Johnson Guest
  • Laura Salinger Johnson Guest

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