In Rare Albion, regardless of their vocation in life, all young people are taught financial literacy through workshops that interact with life experience. Mindful that Thomas Carlyle
nicknamed economics 'the dismal science' as a comment on the indeed dreary views of the early economist, Thomas Malthus, the workshops are held in different langugages and cultures, using chalk images on black paper, music (but also accounting!) and other
media to bring otherwise dry topics to life.