Only five states scored an A while twenty-six states scored a C through F score in a new report on financial literacy. The report by the Center for Financial Literacy and Champlain College analyzed high schools in all fifty states which also included the District of Columbia.
Utah received the highest grade while many states received their bottom spots due to the fact they don't require public high schools to teach financial literacy. Ten states, including Wisconsin, received an F score. Wisconsin may soon improve its score like Washington State which went from a C to an F because they adopted standards requiring its high schools to offer personal finance education as an elective.
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