LANSING, Mich. (8/30/11)--Michigan credit union representatives are leading the nation in the number of financial education presentations made in classrooms, said the Michigan Credit Union League. For the period ending June 30, Michigan credit unions made 1,909 classroom presentations, bringing the state in first place ahead of Texas' 1,898 presentations, according to the National Youth Involvement Board (NYIB) annual report (Michigan Monitor Aug. 29). Nationwide, 452, 369 students learned money management skills and heard the credit union message at 14,202 presentations during the year. Those totals are up 9.4% and 4.6% respectively from the same period last year. Michigan also came in second for total number of students reached: 45,985, compared with North Carolina's 64,008. Credit unions can report their youth financial education presentations to NYIB's website.