Pa. legislators call for financial literacy courses in public schools



By Myles Snyder

Pennsylvania’s public high school students would have to complete a personal finance course before graduating under legislation introduced in the state House.
House Bill 1961 would mandate a course teaching money management, earning income, borrowing money, financial services, risk management, saving and investing in the 11th or 12th grade.
Co-authoring Reps. Leslie Acosta and Mike Driscoll (D-Philadelphia) said too many young people are entering college and the workforce without the knowledge needed to make informed decisions about their money.
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