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Junior Achievement Financial Academy

FAIRFAX, VA - JANUARY 23: In the exit room, students write quotes on a blackboard. One student wrote, 'Growing up isn't easy!' Eighth graders in Fairfax participate in a financial literacy program where they attend the Junior Achievement Financial Academy, run in partnership with Capital One Bank. At the academy, the students are given real-life exercises about mortgages, paying bills, applying for credit. On this day students from Holmes Middle School attend the academy. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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FAIRFAX, VA - JANUARY 23: In the exit room, students write quotes on a blackboard. One student wrote, 'Growing up isn't easy!' Eighth graders in Fairfax participate in a financial literacy program where they attend the Junior Achievement Financial Academy, run in partnership with Capital One Bank. At the academy, the students are given real-life exercises about mortgages, paying bills, applying for credit. On this day students from Holmes Middle School attend the academy. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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In the exit room students write quotes on a blackboard One student... News Photo 160220630Blackboard,Fairfax,Horizontal,Human Interest,Leaving,Quote,Room,Student,USA,VA,WritingPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostFAIRFAX, VA - JANUARY 23: In the exit room, students write quotes on a blackboard. One student wrote, 'Growing up isn't easy!' Eighth graders in Fairfax participate in a financial literacy program where they attend the Junior Achievement Financial Academy, run in partnership with Capital One Bank. At the academy, the students are given real-life exercises about mortgages, paying bills, applying for credit. On this day students from Holmes Middle School attend the academy. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)