Financial Literacy in California - Podcast

A bill making its way through the state legislature would require a financial literacy course as a graduation requirement across California high schools. A Sacramento Bee sports reporter discusses Sacramento State women’s basketball team’s first-ever trip to the NCAA tournament, and the Golden 1 Center hosting the first two rounds of the Men’s tournament this weekend.

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The Push to Add Financial Education to K-12 Learning With Rebecca Gallagher

As we've discussed on the podcast before, personal financial education for the next generation on issues of credit, debt, budgeting and how to become financially responsible adults is incredibly important. This week the guys sit down with Rebecca Ivonovich Gallagher, the chair of the California Jump$tart Coalition, whose mission is to further personal financial knowledge among California students and to empower partners, educators and communities to implement financial education in classrooms. Learn More

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