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How to Teach the WSJ Investing Challenge

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The Wall Street Journal launched a five-week newsletter course this year with our best lessons for understanding how to invest in the stock market, from how to pick a stock to why diversification matters.

The course, written by the columnists of WSJ’s Heard on the Street, is now making its way into classes around the world to teach young people five important principles of investing as interest in retail investing and meme stocks continues to grow.

Spencer Jakab, editor of Heard on the Street, will host a Live Q&A on Aug. 24 during which educators will be able to ask questions about how to incorporate the email challenge into their classes. In September, a lesson plan will be available for download at the WSJ in Higher Education website.

If you are looking for an interactive element to add to your class this fall, sign up for the WSJ Five-Week Investing Challenge now.

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