Details: WVU Extension Service, the West Virginia State Treasurers Office and the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) are teaming up to help educate high school students on a basic life skill: personal finance. The program, titled the”High School Financial Planning Program,”teaches fundamental skills of sound money management and basic concepts of financial planning. Featured speakers at a media briefing include: WVU Associate Provost for Extension and Public Service Dr. Larry Cote, State Treasurer John Perdue, county Extension agents who are coordinating the program statewide and high school teachers involved in the program. Five teacher training sessions will be held statewide including Morgantown, Romney, Beckley, Summersville and Huntington. Representatives will be available for interviews after the briefing.