Financial Literacy Why financial literacy should be taught in high school

All high school seniors should be taught financial literacy before graduation.

Financial Literacy starts here in the classroom.

Once students graduate they are thrust into the world

Good financial habits can lead students here

Bad financial habits can lead students here.

Creating a financial literacy class takes some of the uncertainty out of their future
Financial Literacy teaches students how to manage through life

Students need to be taught good habits

Schools have a responsibility to help students succede

For students to be successful they need the tools and knowledge

Students can reach great heights if money is not a problem

Teach students how to handle their money and they will succede

Schools just need to help them learn

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