3 Ways to Engage High Schoolers in Personal Finance

It's a lesson that everyone needs to learn: how to manage money. Yet until recently, most states did not require any financial literacy education.

But in the wake of a turbulent economy and a student debt crisis, some states have changed the status quo. Four states require students to complete a one-semester course devoted to personal finance in high school, according to the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, and several have legislation for similar requirements in the works.

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