Should schools teach mortgages, credit cards and financial literacy?

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  • Should schools teach mortgages, credit cards and financial literacy?
    Should schools teach mortgages, credit cards and financial literacy?

    Lt. Gov. Dan Forest and a bipartisan group of senators want high school students to get a full-semester financial literacy class. Senate Bill 134 would require the class as a graduation requirement, and teachers would be required to receive training run by the N.C. Council on Economic Education, a […]

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