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With the help of teachers, we highlight and guide readers to FT journalism that can enrich education and help prepare students for successful careers.

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Road to Riches

When you sign up to the FT schools programme you get one free copy* of the educational board game Road to Riches.

Created in partnership with Eliora games, and in collaboration with an economist, teachers, FT journalists and tested by students from 25 schools, Road to Riches is a fun way to help students understand personal finance and some wider principles of economics.

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*Subject to availability. Delivery charges apply for shipping outside the UK

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