Kansas officials to urge schools to teach financial literacy
Topeka Kansas legislators and State Board of Education members are launching a campaign to encourage public schools to teach students financial literacy.
State school board members and members of the Kansas House Education Committee were having a ceremony Wednesday at the Statehouse.
They planned to sign a letter urging schools to teach financial literacy.
School Board President Jim McNiece and Education Committee Chairman Ron Highland were leading the event. McNiece is a Wichita Republican and Highland is a Wamego Republican.
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