Board of Education want districts to teach financial literacy

andy lambertMay 14, 2015
In a letter, the chairmen of the Kansas House Education Committee and the State Board of Education are urging local school districts to teach financial literacy.  The House Education Committee had a hearing earlier this year on a bill to require students to pass a financial literacy course in 11th or 12th grade to graduate from high school. In that letter, the men said they’d rather it be done without a mandate, and they’d monitor the efforts of districts statewide.

 

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