- Education - Public High Schools - Financial Literacy Curriculum
- Sponsored by
- Delegates Walker, Amprey, Anderson, Anderton, Arentz, Arikan, Attar, Atterbeary, D. Barnes, Barve, Beitzel, Boteler, C. Branch, T. Branch, Bridges, Brooks, Buckel, Cardin, Carey, Carr, Chang, Charkoudian, Charles, Chisholm, Clark, Cox, Crosby, Crutchfield, Davis, Fennell, M. Fisher, W. Fisher, Fraser-Hidalgo, Ghrist, Grammer, Griffith, Harrison, Hartman, Holmes, Hornberger, Howard, Howell, Ivey, Jackson, Jacobs, D. Jones, R. Jones, Kipke, Korman, Landis, Lehman, Lierman, Lisanti, Long, Lopez, Love, Mautz, McComas, McKay, Moon, Morgan, Novotny, Otto, Parrott, Patterson, Pena-Melnyk, Qi, Queen, Reilly, Reznik, Rogers, Rose, Rosenberg, Saab, Sample-Hughes, Smith, Szeliga, Toles, Turner, Valderrama, Valentino-Smith, Washington, Wilkins, Williams, and Wilson
- In the Senate - Hearing 3/23 at 1:00 p.m.
- Fiscal and Policy Note (Revised)
Requiring the State Board of Education to develop curriculum content for a half credit course in financial literacy; requiring each county board of education to implement the financial literacy curriculum content in every public high school in the county; and repealing a provision of law requiring the State Department of Education to report on certain changes to financial literacy curricula at a certain interval.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): July 1, 2022
Bill imposes a local government mandate, which is a directive in a bill requiring a local government unit to perform a task or assume a responsibility that has a discernible fiscal impact on the local government unit
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( 4-111.1, 7-205.5 )
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