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Second Bill in Indiana Legislature Should Guarantee a High School Personal Finance Course

HB 1281 complements SB 35 in the push for a mandatory class.

New U.S. Department of Education Initiative May Include Resources for Financial Literacy Education

Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona wants to boost financial literacy.

Vermont Joining Other States in Considering High School Personal Finance in 2023

Northeastern state also considering more civics education.

Montana Governor Wants a Personal Financial Literacy Class as High School Requirement

State may be able to act under existing laws.

High School Seniors Can Win Financial Literacy Scholarships This Spring

Universities and local banks support financial literacy.

An Explainer: Why Student Loan Debt May Not be Forgiven After All

The Supreme Court will hear arguments in February.

Be Careful With Payment Apps: Paypal, Venmo, Cash App, and Zelle Saw Rising Rates of Fraud in 2022

Many victims of fraud were not refunded by banks.

Bill in Indiana Would Require Personal Financial Literacy Course for High School Graduation

Plus, a student-led nonprofit hopes to boost K-8 financial literacy.

High School Personal Finance Increasingly Important for Athletes Thanks to New NCAA Policies

College athletes are able to receive compensation from schools.

Greenlight Moving Into Classrooms With Free Online Financial Literacy Resources Beginning in 2023

Teachers now have another source of financial education material.

Legalized College Sports Gambling Can Jeopardize Students’ Financial Success

2018 decision by Supreme Court has expanded gambling beyond Nevada.

Beware of Influencers Pushing Hot Stocks: SEC Busts “Pump and Dump” Scammers

Young investors should stick to proven strategies, not flash