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Wisconsin Bill Would Require K-12 Financial Literacy Classes

A Wisconsin Republican state lawmaker has introduced a bill that would require K-12 education to include coursework preparing students to be financially literate by graduation.

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A Wisconsin Republican state lawmaker has introduced a bill that would require K-12 education to include coursework preparing students to be financially literate by graduation. The bill, which would require similar training during college orientations, faces opposition from some K-12 educators who say it should be up to schools to decide whether they require students to take those classes. (WEAU)

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