More States Consider Mandatory Financial Literacy Classes as High-School Students Struggle With Basic Budgeting

More States Consider Mandatory Financial Literacy Classes as High-S...
North Carolina’s bill would require a course discussing issues including college costs, home mortgages and credit cards. Likewise, Rhode Island’s curriculum would include lessons on budgeting, saving, investing and maintaining credit. (MarketWatch, June 20)

Related Education Commission of the States Resource: 
Financial Literacy Is a Growing Focus in Education Curricula

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