A New Jersey high school adds a cryptocurrency class to its curriculum, joining a movement that is already sweeping across colleges to educate students on virtual currency. Union Catholic Regional High School offers the class to juniors and seniors as part of its business and personal finance elective course, CNBC reports. Meanwhile, colleges are increasingly offering cryptocurrency courses, such as Stanford University, which found it is the second most popular course offered in its computer science department, the report notes. And Australian public research university RMIT this month launched that country’s first university blockchain course, according to a Business Insider Australia report. Read more here.   

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