Monday, January 14, 2008

K-12 Financial Literacy

Senator Pat Jones:

More than ever before, parents and grandparents believe it is vital to educate our young people to be financially responsible. Just take a look at today’s economy and you will see dire consequences of financial irresponsibility. It is critical for the stability of our families and will give our kids the ability to compete in today’s economic world.

Currently, there is a financial literacy requirement in our high schools, a half-year course in the sophomore or junior year. But it’s too little, and often too late.


Read more at Utah Senate Democrats!

-Bob

1 comment:

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