Financial literacy bill advancing in Kansas House
TOPEKA, Kan. -- Legislation moving through the Kansas House would require public school students to receive instruction on personal financial literacy and how to give a professional handshake.
The measure is up for final action Wednesday. It would revise financial literacy standards for all grade levels. The material would be taught in math classes or other appropriate courses such as family and consumer science or economics.
Proponents say students need to know more about managing money. Topics to be covered in the instruction include saving and investing, credit and debt and the... read more
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